Jin and Mahan Rulers

Publié le par Tiger LEE

 
JIN - An ancient Korean state or league of tribal states, located in southern Korea.
Jin was active in the last half of the first millenium BCE. Little of substance is known of it, and the degree of authority able to be exerted by Jin monarchs over local clans is problematic.

Rulers of Jin State :
Jun (from Gojoseon), followed by...
(193BC - 369 AD)- located in southwestern Korea, comprising 54 local clans, one of which eventually emerged as Paekche. The Mahan rulers continued to refer to themselves as Kings of Jin, implying some sort of continuity or, at least, that they felt they could exert an overall governance of southern Korea as a kind of High King. In the following list of these rulers, the first name is the use-name while the person was alive, that in parentheses is the temple name given to them at death.

Gi-t'ak (탁) (Mu-gang Wang 武康王 (무강))........................193-189
Gi-kam (감) (An Wang 安   王 (안왕))..............................189-157
Gi-sik (식) (Hye Wang 惠   王 (헤왕)).............................157-144
Gi-mu (무) (Myung Wang 明   王 (명왕))............................144-113
Gi-hyung (형) (Hyo Wang 孝   王 (효왕))...........................113-73
Gi-sup (섭) (Yang Wang 襄   王 (양왕)).............................73-58
Gi-hun (근) (Wun Wang 元   王 (원왕))..............................58-32
Gi-jung (정) (Kye Wang 稽   王 (계왕)).............................32-16
Gi-hak (no title given)........................16-9 BC


Source :
http://www.hostkingdom.net/korea.html#Jin

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