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蘇毗の領界:rTsaṅ yulとYan lag gsum paḥi ru
Author 山口瑞鳳 (著)=Yamaguchi, Zuiho (au.)
Source 東洋学報=Journal of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko=トウヨウ ガクホウ
Volumev.50 n.4
Date1968.03.31
Pages387 - 455
Publisher東洋協會調査部
Location東京, 日本 [Tokyo, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language日文=Japanese
Note作者為東洋文庫研究員
Keywordチベット; 吐蕃王朝; 古代チベット史; Khyung po; 金城公主; 文成公主; 'Dzam gling rgyas bshad; 旧唐書吐蕃伝; 西寧府新志; 中宗本紀; 敦煌文書; 敦煌編年記; gNye yul; gTsang smad; Khyab; Nyang po; rGod; rGya; rNgegs; rTsang yul; Thong; Yan lag gsum pa'i ru
Abstract The land of rTsaṅ/sTsaṅ frequently mentioned in the Tun-huang documents is not the same as the present-day gTsaṅ in Western Tibet, but a region partly overlapping Yan lag gsum paḥi ru/Sum ru, one of the wings (ru) organized after the death of King Sroṅ brstan sgam po. The account of Sum ru’s boundaries in lHo brag chos ḥbyun enables us to determine its eastern end to be in the upper reaches of the Chin-sha River. Also location of mThoṅ, Khyab and rGya, indicated in other sources as tribes bounding on Sum ru, leads us to the same conclusion. Sun-po 孫波, which is said in Chinese sources to be a new name for the Su-p’i 蘇毗, seems to transcribe gSum pa occurring in the name Yan lag gsum paḥi ru. Further it is possible that Su-p’i comes from Seḥu Phyvaḥ/So bya/So byi, an amalgamation of the tribes Seḥu of rGod and Phyvaḥ of rTsaṅ. This rGod, which later becomes one of the main tribes forming His-hsia 西夏 (Mi ñag), appears to have moved eastward from Central Tibet into that region around the time when the Ancient Tibetan Kingdom was founded.The appellation rTsaṅ chen suggests to us existence of a region generally called rTsaṅ extending to the north of Yan lag gsum paḥi ru. The headwaters of the Huang-ho, referred to as the place where Princess Wen-ch’eng arrived at in her journey to meet the royal husband, was adjacent to this rTsaṅ yul.
ISSN03869067 (P)
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Created date1998.04.28; 2002.09.05
Modified date2020.08.11



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