THE GORYEO DYNASTY: BUDDHIST UNIFIER OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA
The Goryeo dynasty was a Korean dynasty that existed between the 10th and 14th centuries. The Goryeo dynasty was established following the unification of Korea's Later Three Kingdoms and ended when it was overthrown by the Joseon dynasty.
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HOW A LEGACY OF COLONIALISM HINDERS VACCINATION EFFORTS IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
By Soham Govande Today, hopes are held high that the COVID-19 vaccine will gradually bring an end to the pandemic. Due to systemic health disparities, disadvantaged groups such as Indigenous peoples have especially suffered this past yearboth biologically and culturally. Hence, vaccination effort . . .
EARLY ALPHABETIC WRITING IN THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST: THE 'MISSING LINK' FROM TEL LACHISH
The origin of alphabetic script lies in second-millennium BC Bronze Age Levantine societies. A chronological gap, however, divides the earliest evidence from the Sinai and Egyptdated to the nineteenth century BCand from the thirteenth-century BC corpus in Palestine. Here, the authors report a . . .
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