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Before the Unified Silla began, there were 3 kingdoms, Goguryo, Baekje and Silla.
Silla was very aggressive so they partnered with the T'ang Dynasty .
The Tang and the Sillas invaded the two neighboring kingdoms then the two kingdoms gave up so they made the Unified Silla
After the unification, the country was reorganized in accord with the Chinese bureaucratic model. A complex system of ministries and bureaus was created; the peninsula was divided into nine provinces, which were in turn divided into prefectures and subprefectures; and military garrisons were established throughout the country.
The visual arts of the Unified Silla period reflected the international style of T’ang realism, but without its eroticism. Silla art’s idealized naturalism emphasized flowing lines and soft contours.
After more than 100 years of peace, the kingdom was torn in the 9th century by conflicts among the aristocracy and by peasant uprisings.
In 935 the Silla was overthrown, and the new Koryo dynasty was established.
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