Distribution of large tombs suggests political stature of Changnyeong named as Bisabeol on Three Kingdoms period. Exchange pattern of Bisabeol with analyzing foreign artifacts from large tombs like Tombs of Gyodong could show us various interaction between neighboring countries such as Silla, Gaya, and Baekje. Until early of 5th century, the aims of exchange on Bisabeol were acquisition for technology, information, and necessaries from advanced culture, because foreign artifacts were composed of ordinary potteries and ranged from midstream to downstream of Nakdong River. It could be economic rather than political interest. From middle to late of 5th century, the formative period of Changnyeong potteries, it was closely ralated to maintaining society against military and political movement of Silla. Various Silla accessories excavated on Changnyeong in this period means that Bisabeol regime had acted to connect from east to west of Nakdong River through political bargaining with Silla. In early of 6th century, the extinction period of Changnyeong potteries, form of tombs and metal artifacts on Bisabeol had been changed to Silla style and some prestige goods had been imported from Baekje. Japanese goods excavated at Tombs of Songhyun-dong with these archaeological phenomena would imply the historical role of Bisabeol in dissemination of technology from Silla to Youngsan River societies(Baekje) and exchanging network between Silla-Bisabeol-Sogaya-Youngsan River societies(Baekje) and Wei(japan).
Ⅱ. 유적 출토 외래계 유물
Ⅲ. 외래계유물의 성격과 비사벌의 대외교류