I had an opportunity to delve into some of the lesser known details of the discovery, examination, publication and eventually the designation of the Zhizheng tiaoge as a Korean "treasure (보물)." In the process, I have noticed some understandable yet questionable remarks on the Zhizheng tiaoge that have become known as established facts. My relatively … Continue reading Article (in Korean): Korean and Mongol Connections as Seen through the Statutes of the Zhizheng Era (Zhizheng tiaoge) －From the Final Law Code of the Mongol Empire to the Treasure of Korea－
TL;DR SummaryTax policies and regulations are messy, yes, but let's try to make sense of these messy regulations in the Mongol-Yuan dynasty by focusing on how these policies were negotiated among the different parties - the empire, religions and other historical factors. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685209-12341503 Formal Summary...JESHO doesn't require summaries, so I don't have one!
TL;DR Summary約會 - "a promise to meet" does not mean dating in the Mongol-Yuan empire. It designate a "joint court" where representatives of each party convened together to decide a case. But slightly more complex that you might think it would be... Official Summary This article examines the so-called institution yuehui 約會 or the “joint … Continue reading Article (in Korean): “Joint Court” in the Mongol Rule of China – An Analysis Based on the Interaction between the State and Religions”