Talk:Liaoning bronze dagger culture

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use of Lee Ki-baek (1984)[edit]

Is there no better source than Lee (1984)? He is a general historian, and widely respected, but he knows not of archaeology. Additionally, his book was published more than 20 years ago. Our interpretations of Korean archaeology have changed significantly over that time. We would be most surprised if you could provide solid published evidence of these "walled towns" that allegedly existed during the period in question in Korean or any other language. Doesn't archaeological evidence trump the Samguk Sagi?

Where is the dagger distribution map?[edit]

Why remove the map that showed distribution of dagger? Was it because only Liaodong, Manchuria and Korean peninsula were shown? Everyone knows this was the Gojoseon culture, let's include these maps.--Korsentry 02:21, 11 February 2009 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by KoreanSentry (talkcontribs)