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The war between Yan, Qin and Kochosun during the period of Ancient China ansd Korea

YOON, Byoung-mo 1

1성신여자대학교 인문과학연구소

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ABSTRACT

The first document in which the name ‘Choseon’ appears is 『Guanzi』. According to 『Guanzi』, the name ‘Choseon’ already appeared in the middle of the 7th century BC. It is reasonable to view BalChoseon at this time as Bohai's Choseon, unlike the existing interpretation. In some cases, when Yan was attacked by Shanrong, Qi attacks Shanrong through Yan, or Shanrong attacks Qi through Yan. Shanrong, who tormented Yan, disappeared in the middle and end of the Chunqiu period, and Donghu appears instead. Yan and Qi developed into a stage where they attacked each other through mutual checks or direct wars. Yan was in a major civil war in 316 BC, and Yan was invaded by Qi. Yan, on the other hand, sets out to conquer Qi in 284 BC. Capture Renzi, the capital of Qi. To the east of Yan at that time were Choseon and Liaodong. Among them, the order of Hutuo and Yishui was recorded in the direction of viewing. Therefore, the tribal names Choseon and Liaodong were also written in order. The invasion of Donghu and Choseon was after Yan conquered Qi. There is a fact that Wiman subjugated Jinbeon in Yan's heyday. Therefore, Choseon, which Yan invaded and destroyed, should be regarded as Jinbeon. Jinbeon was not included in Yan's Great Wall. Qin overthrew Yan and makes it belonged to Liaodongwaijiao. The Qin Great Wall reached now XiLiaohe north of Liaohe. Choseon took advantage of the chaotic period of the Qin-Han transition to usurp Yan's east. After Qin destroyed Yan, Choseon took over the interior of Liaodongwaijiao.

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