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According and Samguk
According to Samguk Sagi, in 637, Kim Yu-sin, a Korean general of Silla rallied his troops to defeat rebels by lofting a kite with a straw man which looked like a burning ball flying to the sky.
According to an 11th-century Korean chronicle the Samguk Yusa, the wife of King Suro of the ancient Korean kingdom of Geumgwan Gaya was a princess who travelled by boat from a faraway land called Ayuta to Korea in 48 CE.
According to the mythic history in the Samguk Yusa, the Gojoseon ( Old Joseon ) was founded in northern Korea and Manchuria in 2333 BCE.
According to the Korean historical document Samguk Sagi ( 삼국사기, 三國史記 ), Goguryeo sent a diplomatic representative to the Han Dynasty in 32 AD, and the Emperor Guangwu of Han granted the official rank of Goguryeo.
* According to the Samguk Sagi ( Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms ), Baekje and Silla sent their princes as hostages to the Yamato court in exchange for military support to continue their already-begun military campaigns ; King Asin of Baekje sent his son Jeonji in 397 and King Silseong of Silla sent his son Misaheun in 402.
According to the history records in Japan ( Nihon Shoki ) and Korea ( Samguk Sagi ), Korean prince was sent to Japan as a hostages.
According to the Samguk Sagi and Samguk Yusa, two bands of females called Wonhwa ( 원화, 源花, " original flowers ") preceded the Hwarang.
According to the Hwarang Segi, as cited in the Samguk Sagi and Haedong Gosuengjeon, “... able ministers and loyal subjects are chosen from them, and good generals and brave soldiers are born therefrom .”
According to the Samguk Sagi, King Asin of Baekje sent his son Jeonji to Japan in 397 and King Silseong of Silla sent his son Misaheun to Japan in 402 in order to solicit military aid.
According to the Samguk Sagi ( Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms ), written in 1145, King Asin sent his son Jeonji as a hostage in 397.
According to Samguk Sagi, in 504, the tribute emissary Yesilbu mentions that the gold of Buyeo can no longer be obtainable for tribute as Buyeo has been driven out by the Malgal and the Somna and absorbed into Baekje.
According to the Samguk Sagi and other accounts, the kingdom of Dongbuyeo ( 86 BCE – 22 CE ) branched out to the east of Bukbuyeo, near the land of Okjeo.
According to Samguk Yusa, Cheomseongdae was constructed under the reign of Queen Seondeok ( 632-647 ) near the capital of the kingdom.
According to " Geographies " in Samguk Sagi, Daegaya existed for about 520 years from the first king, Ijinashi ( 이진아시왕 ), to the last, Doseolji ( 도설지왕 ).
According to the Samguk Yusa, Geumgwan Kaya was made of 9 villages united by King Suro of Gaya.
According to the Samguk Sagi, he was the ancestor of all Baekje kings.
According to the Samguk Yusa, Biryu founded his kingdom in Michuhol ( 미추홀 / 彌鄒忽 ), but his didn't last long.
According to Samguk Sagi, he ordered the cultivation of land to the south, and banned the fermentation of alcohol in 38 because of a poor harvest.
According to the history compilation Samguk Sagi, he was the son of the previous king Giru.
According to the Samguk Sagi ( Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms ), written in 1145, the geomungo was invented by prime minister Wang San-ak by using the form of the ancient Chinese instrument guqin ( also called chilhyeongeum, literally " seven-string zither ").
According to book 46, biography section of Samguk Sagi, he wrote several books.
According to the Samguk Sagi, Kim Dae-Mun explained that the title " Chachaung " meant a shaman in Old Korean.
According to Samguk Sagi ( the oldest surviving Korean history book, written in the 12th century ), Onjo, the son of Goguryeo's founder Jumong, founded the nation of Sipje ( 십제, 十濟 ; later became Baekje ) on Wiryeseong in 18 BCE, while his elder brother Biryu established himself in Michuhol ( 미추홀, 彌鄒忽 ) further to the west.

According and Sagi
According to the Samguk Sagi, Uija was the eldest son of King Mu.
According to the Samguk Sagi, it was conquered by the Silla general Kim Isabu in 512.
According to the Samguk Sagi, he was descended from the founding king Onjo and the eldest son of the 5th king Chogo.
According to the Samguk Sagi, Saban was found too young to rule and quickly succeeded ( the Samguk Yusa says deposed ) by King Goi, the younger brother of the 5th king Chogo.
According to both the Samguk Sagi and the Japanese chronicle Nihonshoki, Goryeong Gaya fell to Silla in 562.
According to the Samguk Sagi, the governor of the commandery thereupon sent an assassin who poisoned him.

According and Hyeokgeose
According to legend, the kingdom Silla began with the unification of six chiefdoms of the Jinhan confederacy by Bak Hyeokgeose in 57 BC, in the southeastern area of Korea.
According to Samguk Sagi, the Silla Kingdom ( around present-day Gyeongju ), was founded by Bak Hyeokgeose in 57 BC, who united the six clans of Jinhan under his rule.
According to that text, the founder of Silla, Bak Hyeokgeose, was born at a stream called Gyejeong ( 계정, 鷄井 ), " rooster well ," and that his future consort was born from a dragon that came to earth at another place called Gyeryongseo ( 계룡서, 鷄龍瑞 ), and for this reason the area was renamed Gyerim.

According and queen
According to the Bible, she was a Jewish queen of the Persian king Ahasuerus.
According to Tamar's historian, the aim of the Georgian expedition to Trebizond was to punish the Byzantine emperor Alexius IV Angelus for his confiscation of a shipment of money from the Georgian queen to the monasteries of Antioch and Mount Athos.
According to Tacitus ( Annals 14. 35 ), Boudica, queen of the Iceni and a number of other tribes in a formidable uprising against the occupying Roman forces, addressed her troops from a chariot in AD 61:
According to romantic folk etymology, Charing derives from French chère reine ( dear queen ), but the name was certainly used in the contemporary royal accounting records for the costs of constructing the cross.
According to Rydberg, the byname Sinmara refers to " Mímir-Niðhad "' s " queen ordering Völund's hamstrings to be cut ".
According to the royal decree published in 1987, the king and the queen consort will formally be addressed as " His Majesty and Her Majesty " ( Their Majesties, Spanish: Su Majestad, Su represents His or Her ) rather than the traditional " Catholic Majesty " ( Su Católica Majestad ).
According to López-Rey, in no other composition did Velázquez so dramatically lead the eye to areas beyond the viewer's sight: both the canvas he is seen painting, and the space beyond the frame where the king and queen stand can only be imagined.
According to the Gupta records, amongst his many sons, Samudragupta nominated prince Chandra Gupta II, born of queen Dattadevi, as his successor.
According to Alison Weir, the dead queen was not much more than seventeen at the time of her death and Jane was about thirty-six.
According to Raichaudhuri, the Guptas were related to queen Dharini of Agnimitra, wife of the son of king Pushyamitra Shunga.
According to former USSR scholar Zuev, there was a queen among the large Yuezhi confederation who added to her possessions the lands of the Tochar ( Pinyin: Daxia ) on the headwaters of the Huanghe c. 3rd century BCE.
According to rumours circulated by the court, there was a plot which intended to lock up the queen consort and bring Prince Joseph Ferdinand to Madrid, to be placed on the throne under the regency of the queen mother and his chief supporters.
According to the " Jebusite Hypothesis ," however, the Jebusites persisted as inhabitants of Jerusalem and comprised an important faction in the Kingdom of Judah, including such notables as Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, and Bathsheba, the queen and mother of the next monarch, Solomon.
According to the Hebrew Bible, the unnamed queen of the land of Sheba heard of the great wisdom of King Solomon of Israel and journeyed there with gifts of spices, gold, precious stones and beautiful wood and to test him with questions, as recorded in First Kings ( largely copied in 2 Chronicles ).
According to the Raghuvamsha, he was born to king Dilīpa and his queen Sudakshina.
According to the Camadevivamsa and Jinakalamali chronicles, the city was founded by a hermit named Suthep in 661 AD, and the Mon ruler of Lopburi sent his daughter Jamadevi to become its first queen.
According to legend, the king spent the first watch of every night with a woman thought to represent a Nāga in the tower, during that time, not even the queen was permitted to intrude.
According to Eymund's saga he took a new queen, Auð, the daughter of Haakon Sigurdsson, the ruler of Norway.
According to local legend a queen once lost her beloved ring in the Grabfeld.
According to Sheldon Cashdan, the evil queen in the story " embodies narcissism, and the young princess, with whom readers identify, embodies parts of the child struggling to overcome this tendency.
According to the legend, he lives on Knockmaa, a hill near Tuam, in County Galway with his queen Oona ( or Oonagh, Una, Uonaidh, etc .).
According to Portuguese law, the husband of a queen regnant could only be titled king after the birth of a child from that marriage ( that was the reason the Queen's first husband, Auguste, Duke of Leuchtenberg, never earned title of king ).
According to Jaina tradition, Ajatasatru was born to king Bimbisara and Queen Chelna ; Buddhist tradition records Ajatasatru being born to King Bimbisara and queen Kosala Devi.

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