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唐末宋初の華厳と密教 : 安岳石窟を手がかりとして=Hua-yan and Mi-jiao in the Late Tang and Early Song Dynasties : Getting on the Track of the An-yue Cave
Author 鎌田茂雄 (著)=Kamata, Shigeo (au.)
Source 国際仏教学大学院大学研究紀要=Journal of the International College for Advanced Buddhist Studies=コクサイ ブッキョウガク ダイガクイン ダイガク ケンキュウ キヨウ
Volumen.4
Date2001.03.31
Pages1 - 19
Publisher国際仏教学大学院大学
Publisher Url http://www.icabs.ac.jp/
Location東京, 日本 [Tokyo, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language日文=Japanese
AbstractThe An-yue cave which was excavated from the 6th year of the Kai-yuan period of the Tang dynasty (718) and throughout the Northern Song dynasty (924-1110) is widely known for its sculpture of the lying Buddha, mentioned in the Yi-qie-jing-lun-mu-lu-xu and in other sources. In section (2) "The history and the present state of the An-yue cave", I first referred to the local officers who cooperated and assisted the image-making projects. I then introduced the history and the present state of Yuan-jue-dong, Qian-fo-zhai, Wo-fo-yuan, Pi-lu-dong, Hua-yan-dong, Ming-shan-si, etc. In section (3) "Mi-jiao images in the An-yue cave", I considered the conciliation of Hua-yan (Avatamsaka) and Mi-jiao (Tantra) paying attention to the images of the three Hua-yan sages and the twelve Yuan-jue Bodhisattvas. In section (4) "Mi-jiao monks of the Si-chuan province active during the late Tang and the early Song dynasties", I described Mi-jiao monks of the late Tang dynasty and the early Song dynasty in Si-chuan. Based on materials such as the Song-gao-seng-zhuan, I referred to Ding-lan, Yuan-hui, Yong-an, Shou-zhen, Dao-xian and to other monks, and clarified particularly the aspect of them being active as Mi-jiao ascetics. In section (5) "Conclusion", I emphasized that in research on the history of Buddhist philosophy, it is valuable to collect information on the spot about Buddhist monuments and art works.
Table of contents一 序 1
二 安岳石刻の歴史と現状 2
三 安岳石窟の密教像 8
四 唐末・宋初に活躍した四川の密教者 11
五 結言 17
注 18
ISSN13434128 (P)
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Created date2016.03.02
Modified date2017.12.04



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