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Temple, Palace, Scholar’s House: Three Settings of Traditional Korean Culture [PDF]
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
This packet introduces teachers and other readers to several traditional settings of Korean culture: Buddhist temples, palaces, and scholar’s houses, as well as Confucian academies where scholars were trained. These settings provide a framework or backdrop for many of the historical art objects on display at the museum.

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Three Kingdoms, 57 B.C.-668 A.D.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
"From the first century B.C. until the 7th century, Korea was divided into three states." A brief one-paragraph overview, along with images of three objects representative of the period.

Go to Museum Resource: http://archive.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/korea-three-kingdoms.cfm.html
Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1000 B.C.–1 A.D.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"During the first millennium B.C., bronze technology and then iron technology are introduced into the Korean peninsula, probably from the northern regions of the continental mainland, and are used to produce both utilitarian and ritual implements." With a period overview, list of key events, and 1 related artwork. Also has links to an abridged list of rulers in Korea and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

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Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1000–1400 A.D.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Some of the most outstanding achievements in Korean art and culture date to the Koryô dynasty (918–1392), which rules the peninsula for nearly 500 years." With a period overview, list of key events, and 10 related artworks. Also has links to additional information about celadon production during the Koryô and ceramic production during the Chosôn (1392-1910), an abridged list of rulers in Korea, and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

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Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1400-1600 A.D.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"In an attempt to distance themselves from the former Koryô court and rejuvenate the country, the rulers of the new Chosôn dynasty (1392–1910) severely curtail the practice of Buddhism and embrace Neo-Confucianism as the official state ideology." With a period overview, list of key events, and 10 related artworks. Also has links to additional information about ceramic production during the Chosôn, an abridged list of rulers in Korea, and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

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Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1600-1800 A.D.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"The Manchu invasions of the Korean peninsula and the subsequent establishment of the Qing dynasty in China during the first half of the seventeenth century shape the Chosôn elite's view of its own culture." With a period overview, list of key events, and 8 related artworks. Also has links to additional information about ceramic production during the Chosôn dynasty (1392-1910), an abridged list of rulers in Korea, and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

Go to Museum Resource: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=09®ion=eak
Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1800–1900 A.D.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"The nineteenth century is a period of significant political, social, and cultural change as Korea lurches into the modern era and world order." With a period overview, list of key events, and 9 related artworks. Also has links to additional information about ceramic production during the Chosôn dynasty (1392-1910), an abridged list of rulers in Korea, and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

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Timeline of Art History: Korea, 1900 A.D.–present
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"The first half of the twentieth century in Korean history is marked by two grave and painful experiences: the Japanese occupation between 1910 and 1945 and the Korean War of 1950–53." With a period overview and list of key events (but no images). Also has links to additional information about ceramic production during the Chosôn dynasty (1392-1910), an abridged list of rulers in Korea, and timelines of China and Japan during this time.

Go to Museum Resource: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/?period=11®ion=eak
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