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Chronological Table

A Chronological Table of Gaya

A Chronological Table of Gaya
Dates Tombs Pottery Gaya Politics Silla Baekje Goguryeo
1st half
1st century B.C.
wooden coffin tombs plain coarse pottery formation of Gaya culture
Suro founds and becomes King of Garak-guk (42 A.D.)
Age of Geoseogan
Hyeokgeose becomes king (57 B.C.)
2nd half
1st century B.C.
old-type tile pottery King Onjo's coronation(18 B.C.) Dongmyeong crowned(37 B.C.)
1st half
1st century A.D.
Age of Isageum
2nd half
1st century A.D.
Taejo becomes king (53 A.D.)
1st half
2nd century A.D.
formation of Gaya states
2nd half
2nd century A.D.
wooden outer-coffin tombs Ⅰ new-type tile pottery
1st half
3rd century A.D.
goldenera of the early Gaya confederation King Goi is enthroned (234 A.D.) King Dongcheon enthroned (227 A.D.)
2nd half
3rd cent.ury A.D
wooden outer-coffin tombs Ⅱ
1st half
4th century A.D.
hard pottery King Micheon absorbs Nakrang (313 A.D.)
2nd half
4th century A.D.
Age of Maripgan King Geunchogo enthroned (371 A.D.) King Gwanggaeto enthroned (391 A.D.)
1st half
5th century A.D.
Stone outer-coffin tombs with upper entrances restoration of Gaya states
2nd half
5th century A.D.
goldenera of the late Gaya confederation transfer to Wungjin (475 A.D.) King Munja is crowned (492 A.D.)
Early 6th century A.D Age of Wang
Gaya kingdom is absorbed by King Jinheung (562 A.D.)
transfer to Sabi (538 A.D.)
Mid-6th century A.D. Stone chamber tombs with side entrances decline of the late Gaya confederation death of King Seong (554 A.D.) King Yangweon’s coronation (545 A.D.)