ณฬญพ [ Re: Titleั๛SกอCBฉH ] จผO [ ชVค ] ๚t [ 58๚i j0043ช48b ]
Nice to meet you. And anyway,if it's OK for me to add my comments on your good discussion, please let me talk about recent excavations around Seoul City.
Recently, The Fortress built with clay (y้) was found in the region south to Han river (ฟ]). And the scholars presumed that the fortress was present in that region before B.C. The fortress is called Pungnabtosung ([y้), which was regarded as the ancient city which relating with the Baekje (SเZ). The infomation which you have seemed to be reconsidered because recent excavations showed that the well developed iron-culture was flourished even before B.C. around Han River. In the field of Korean archaeology, the culture was called Jungdo-Culture (ถป), exhibiting some tombs and remains showing similarity with those found in the Kokuryo (ๅํ). The length of the fortress is about 4kms, and the height of the fortress wall was likely to be 9 meters. Within the fortress, many potteries and rooftiles were found and the date seemed to be back to around A.D. 1 century.
In Korea, this newly found fortress was regarded as the capital of Baekje before A.D. 475 at which Backje should move their capital to the region called Kongju (๖B)