Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1968;8(2):147-149.
A Study on the Veterinary Science in the Samkuk Shidae(Three Kingdoms) 1. The Outline and Development of the Veterinary science in the Samkuk Shidae
Myon Hee Kang
Laboratory of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Korea University
삼국시대(三國時代)의 수의학(獸醫學) I. 삼국시대(三國時代) 수의학(獸醫學)의 개관(槪觀)과 발전(發展)
고려대학교 농과대학 축산학교실
1. Of the three kingdoms, Koguryo is believed to have had nomadic life, so the livestock husbandry was vigour, but, in Silla and Paikche, only the horse production as military purpose and cattle production as a mean of cultivation had been improved. 2. In the three Kingdoms, the methods of superstition and Shamanism had been used as the mean of curing animals before Haeza, a saintly priest, A. D 590. and after that, shamanism and veterinary science seemed to be combined. We believed that Haeza is to be an initiator of veterinary science in Korea.
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