Buddhism in Koryŏ: A Royal Religion
Lewis R. Lancaster, Kikun Suh, Chai-Shin Yu
Jain Publishing Company, 1996 - Religion - 211 pages
In this volume, we catch glimpses of Buddhism in the Koryo period at its height. It was a time when the religion made significant contributions to the development of Korean culture. Korea was recognized as one of the great centers of Buddhist life in East Asia. Koryo Buddhism was in many ways a royal religion.
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