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Gaya Tumuli Namwon Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli

Namwon Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli

  • Namwon Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli

    (Historic Site No.542)

    Tumuli for the ruling class of Gaya, based on the Ayeong Basin 

    Tumuli converging the civilization of Gaya and Baekje

     Around 738, Yugok-ri, Inwol-myeon, Namwon-si, Jellabuk-do

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  • A summary of the Heritage
    • Time 5-6 AD
    • Area98,228㎡
    • Number of TombsAbout 40 mounded tombs
    • Representative ArtifactBronze Mirror, Gilt Bronze Shoes
    • Representative TombNo.32(Stone outer Coffin Tomb)/
      Ancient Tomb demonstrating internationality,
      as a number of burial goods from foreign countries were found.
  • overview
  • Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli is located in the center of Ayeong Basin and is surrounded by peaks of 900m. Ayeong Basin was the main point of the land route connecting Gaya and Baekje. Ayeong Basin is connected to the southern sea through the Seomjingang River, which flows to the Baekje region. The Chinese bronze mirror, Baekje gilt bronze shoes, and Daegaya pottery and harness are the proof of international exchange at the time.

    Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli are made of about 40 mounded tombs built from the 5th century to the mid-6th century. This can be noted that constructing large-scale tombs throughout the mountainous area that encloses the flatlands is reflecting afterlife thoughts of Gaya people.

Picture

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Picture 1. View Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli, Namwon

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    Picture 2. View Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli, Namwon 

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    Picture 3. View Yugok-ri and Durak-ri Tumuli, Namwon 

Relics

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    Ironware


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    Earthware

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    Bronze Sheos

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    Horse bone