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“Bujong(不從)” and “Eulleong(律令)” on the stone epitaph-plaque King Muryeong’s tomb

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This argument what is "不從律令" 's phrase appears the record of a landowner for the deceased person inscribed on the stone epitaph-plaque King Muryeong’s tomb since Han Dynasty about six dynasty for that authentic comparison and review over the related terms and concepts to interpret this cleaned up and validated. Here I like the existing interpretation of the phrase does not comply with the than to interpret "不從" and "律令" individually, to understand and "不從" is or is not dependent on, King Muryeong is the landowner of area that displays this "律令" is concluded by the end of the document with the phrase of more powerful and declared willingness to represent the view expressed that this is reasonable. In addition, every time in front of China and consider the type of the opened by the record of a landowner for the deceased person inscribed on the stone epitaph-plaque when a previous present a lot of Bamboo & Wooden Slips df the tombs(告地策) and of the hook are formed with similar artifacts related to their terms and clearer than a graphical illustration and in-depth understanding of the fair.

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