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Science and Technology in the Silla Heritage The course explores the scientific and technological aspects of the cultural heritage of Silla, an ancient dynasty in Korea, and its relationship with other ancient civilizations in the world. The lecture series will cover major cultural heritage of Silla: Bulguksa, Seokguram, Cheomseongdae, Poseokjeong, the Sacred Bell of Great King Seongdeok, and metallurgy. Modern development in science and technology occurred mostly in the West. But during ancient times,various developments were madein science and technology in many countries outside of the West. In that sense, this series of lectures aims to obtain better understanding of the development in science and technology in the Silla dynasty through scientific and technological analysis of Silla cultural properties....
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por Joy S

Sep 24, 2018

In Korean, which forced me to read subtitles. However, some of the info was really fascinating.

por Munire N B

Oct 11, 2019

It was a good experience to learn about different subjects of the Silla period with an interdisciplinar view. I've learned a lot and it was a nice process. Thank you professors for these lectures.

por Leon B C

May 30, 2020

This course is very interesting. I learn much about cultural and history of Silla kingdom. I hope there will be more class about Korean cultural heritage or Korean culture generally

por Tadea B

Sep 12, 2020

The best course. I really enjoyed every lesson and learnt so many amazing and interesting facts of Silla.

por Lucy C

Jul 24, 2019

Good lecture as one of a Korean

por Winston A W

Jun 02, 2020

Excellent, thank you.

por Mehul k

Jul 27, 2020


por Desiree A

Jun 30, 2020

Very interesting course with an interdisciplinary approach to Silla culture. I would have liked to have an opportunity to ask questions to the instructors. In some lectures I would have liked more detailed explanations instead of having the instructors present questions.

por Ajith K

Aug 20, 2020

Very nice this one