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  1. Mahan was the largest and earliest developed of the three confederacies.
  2. Mahan was the largest, consisting of 54 states, and assumed political, economic, and cultural dominance.
  3. Mahan is usually considered to have been located in the southwest of the Korean peninsula, covering Jeolla, Chungcheong, and portions of Gyeonggi.
  4. Mahan was later absorbed into Baekje, Jinhan was absorbed into Silla, and Byeonhan was succeeded by Gaya, which was in turn annexed by Silla. (Web site)


  1. There, he conquered Majoseon, and established Mahan. (Web site)


  1. Mahan confederacy was the largest and earliest developed of the three confederacies. (Web site)


  1. Mahan Singh understood the blunder he made for the lust of wealth.

Production Facilities

  1. A wealth of bronze artifacts and production facilities indicate that Mahan was probably the earliest developed of the three Hans. (Web site)

Kerman Province

  1. Another city worth a visit in Kerman province is Mahan.
  2. Mahan Air, an airline based in Kerman province. (Web site)


  1. It's situated in Mahan in the province of Kerman. (Web site)


  1. Mahan is usually considered to have been located in the southwest of the peninsula, covering Jeolla, Chungcheong, and portions of Gyeonggi.
  2. It would have been neighbored by the Byeonhan confederacy on the southwest, and by the much larger Mahan confederacy on the west.


  1. The Mahan and Jinhan confederations reconquered three of the commanderies shortly after they were established. (Web site)

Sea Power

  1. Mahan actually wrote minimally about sea power in antiquity. (Web site)


  1. However, some scholars place Jinhan in the Han River valley, bounded by Mahan on the north and Byeonhan on the south.
  2. King Geunchogo (346–375) expanded Baekje's territory to the north through war against Goguryeo, while annexing the remaining Mahan societies in the south.

Middle Part

  1. Chinhan was situated in the middle part of the peninsula, Mahan in the southwest, and Pyonhan in the southeast. (Web site)


  1. The San guo zhi, a Chinese chronicle which discusses the Samhan peoples, states that the culture of Byeonhan was closer to that of Jinhan than of Mahan.


  1. In 20 BCE, the king of the Mahan confederacy demanded a tribute, and Silla sent Hogong.


  1. Baekje subsequently developed from a member state of the Mahan confederacy into one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea.
  2. According to the Chinese record San Guo Zhi, during the Samhan period, one of the chiefdoms of the Mahan confederacy was called Baekje.
  3. Through the early centuries of the Common Era, sometimes called the Proto-Three Kingdoms Period, Baekje gradually gained control over the other Mahan tribes.


  1. After the fall of Gojoseon, the southern part of the peninsula consolidated into three confederations (collectively Samhan): Mahan, Jinhan, and Byeonhan. (Web site)
  2. Arising out of the confluence of Gojoseon migration and the Jin state federation, Mahan was one of the Samhan ("Three Hans"), along with Byeonhan and Jinhan.
  3. Mokpo belonged to the Mahan confederacy during the early era of Samhan, and was called Mul-ahye within the control of Baekje.


  1. Much earlier, according to the San Guo Zhi, one of the Mahan chiefdoms in the Han River basin in the early Common Era was called Baekje (伯濟).
  2. Baekje absorbed or conquered other Mahan chiefdoms and, at its peak in the 4th century, controlled most of the western Korean peninsula. (Web site)
  3. Among those chiefdoms, Baekje arose in Mahan and Silla in Jinhan. (Web site)


  1. Located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, Samhan refers to the three confederacies of Mahan, Jinhan, and Byeonhan.
  2. In the southern part of the peninsula, three different confederate of chiefdoms existed: Mahan, Jinhan and Byeonhan. (Web site)
  3. Baekje eventually absorbed or conquered all of Mahan by the 5th century,[ 3] growing into one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, along with Silla and Goguryeo. (Web site)


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