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越南河內與順化佛教伽藍配置差異的分析=A Comparison Analysis on the Differences between the Vietnamese Buddhist Temples in Hanoi and Those in Hue (in Chinese)
Author 黃蘭翔 (著)=Huang, Lan-shiang (au.)
Source 臺灣東亞文明研究學刊=Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies
Volumev.3 n.2
Pages19 - 46
Publisher臺灣大學人文社會高等研究院=Center for the Study of East Asian Civilizations, National Taiwan University
Publisher Url
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword工字形殿=Chinese character 工 shaped plan building; 重檐疊屋=paralleled-connected-eaves buildings; 越南佛教寺院=Vietnamese Buddhist temple; 中國佛教寺院=Chinese Buddhist temple

This paper is based on two earlier presented papers at the 2004 and 2005 "Annual Conference on Southeast Asia Area Study in Taiwan." The topic of the former paper relates to the layout of a temple building in Hue, in central Vietnam, and the other paper relates to the layout of a temple located around Hanoi, in the northern part of Vietnam. Results of an analysis of the two papers are: the main building of temples in and around Hanoi are designed like Chinese character '工' shaped architectural plan. In contrast, the temple's main building in Hue is formed with two paralleled connected buildings-adjacent eaves buildings. The difference of the layout between the middle and northern Vietnamese building is found not only with temple design, but also the design of community halls, 'dinh', in traditional Vietnamese villages. That is to say, while the building with the Chinese character '工' shaped architectural plan is the common building type in the northern part of Vietnam, building layout in central Vietnam is arranged as two paralleled eaves structures-connected eaves buildings are common in central Vietnam. Depending on the stone inscription and the building type of those traditional 'dinh', the following results are:temples with a Chinese character '工' shaped plan have appeared at least 300 years ago. In contrast, temples that are arranged as two paralleled, connected buildings were built about 100 years ago. Furthermore, referring to the Palace of Nguyen, the last empire of Vietnam, built in 1802, this building type surely would have appeared more than 200 years ago.
Table of contents一、前言 21
二、由個案瞭解順化與河內佛教伽藍配置之不同 22
(一)河內鎮國寺 22
(二)順化祥雲寺 24
(三)鎮國寺與祥雲寺的祭祀佛祖、菩薩與神祉 27
三、由傳統「亭」的建築形態看河內與順化之建築文化背景 28
(一)北江省土河亭 28
(二)順化安傳亭 30
四、越南南北政治對立與中國東南沿海佛教的傳入 31
(一)十六世紀以後的越南國內政局趨勢 31
(二)順化佛寺的興建與中國僧侶的貢獻 33
五、結論 36
參考文獻 37
ISSN18126243 (P)
Created date2009.07.15
Modified date2019.07.24

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