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Shindon’s Rule andYeongnam Province in the Late KoryeoKim, Chang HyunThis thesis was on what the structure of Shindon’s rule was and how it was connected with Yeongnam province where Shindon was born and grew up. Men expelled by Shindon were military leaders who performed a meritorious deed in several battles or drove prince Deokheung’s army back. Confucian scholars who had political power as vassals of merit and those who were of high birth or had a maternal relation with king’s family were also driven out by Shindon.Half of high ministers and one-third of low ministers were replaced by former or new ones. A lot of former ministers made their comeback to politics. The mainstream of military leaders were staged a purge, while the non-mainstreamers of ones seized power.Many officials who were from Gyeongsang province participated in Shindon’s administration at a high rate, compared with other province. The principal axes of them were Shin family from Yeongsan; Seong family and Jo family from Changnyeong; Lee family from Seongju and Hapcheon; Kim family from Andong, Seonsan and Cheongdo; Lim family from Gilan; Son family from Miryang. Shin family from Yeongsan, Gi family from Hengju, Lee family from Yangseong who had the pro-Yuan line took the lead in Shindon’s administration.