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Nuns and Convents in the Eison Order and the Provenance of the Sedgwick Shōtoku Taishi Sculpture at the Harvard Art Museums
Author Matsuo, Kenji (著)
Source The Eastern Buddhist: Third Series
Volumev.2 n.1
Date2022.07
Pages1 - 15
PublisherThe Eastern Buddhist Society
Publisher Url https://ebs.otani.ac.jp/
Location京都, 日本 [Kyoto, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
AbstractIn this paper, I will reexamine the dedicatory documents placed in the Sedgwick Shōtoku based on the hypothesis that the nuns appearing on the votive texts and other documents were a;liated with the Eison order and consider the connection of this statue with medieval nuns and convents. !e dedicatory documents have already been transcribed in the Nihon chōkokushi kiso shiryō shūsei: Kamakura jidai; zōzō meikihen 日本彫刻史基礎資料集成:鎌倉時代; 造像銘記篇 (Collection of Basic Documents Concerning the History of Japanese Sculpture: Kamakura Period; Inscriptions on the Creation of Sculptures; cited hereafter as Zōzō meiki hen), volume 15. However, since the kuzushiji 崩し字 cursive style of the documents is di;cult to decipher, the transcriptions published in this work are marred by a number of mistakes. Therefore, in the following pages, I will provide reproductions of the original documents and correct the readings that I believe are incorrect. In this way, I hope to show that the nuns appearing on the votive texts and other documents were a;liated with Eison’s order, making it highly plausible that the Sedgwick Shōtoku was created by these nuns for their convent.
Table of contentsNuns mentioned in the sedgwick shōtoku dedicatory documents 3
Kamegaya-dono and bingo-dono found in the votive documents 8
Kōdaiji 10
Conclusion 12
Abbreviation 13
References 13
Primary sources 13
Secondary sources 14
ISSN24366366 (P)
DOIhttp://doi.org/10.15070/00011237
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Created date2023.04.28
Modified date2023.05.03



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