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Buddhist Kingship and Symbolic Architecture in Silla Korea
著者 McBride, Richard D.
掲載誌 International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture=국제불교문화사상사학회
巻号v.31 n.1
出版年月日2021.06
ページ181 - 215
出版者International Association for Buddhist Thought and Culture
出版サイト http://iabtc.org/
出版地Seoul, Korea [首爾, 韓國]
資料の種類期刊論文=Journal Article
言語英文=English
ノートAuthor Affiliations: Professor of Korean and East Asian Buddhism and Chair of the Asian & Near Eastern Languages Department at Brigham Young University
キーワードSilla history; Buddhist kingship; state-protection Buddhism; Hwangnyong Monastery; Sach’ŏnwang Monastery
抄録The evolution of kingship in the early Korean state of Silla (ca. 300–935) was closely linked with the accommodation of various Buddhist practices that conferred symbolic legitimacy and promoted royal authority. During the sixth and seventh centuries, Silla’s sovereigns assimilated several overlapping approaches to statecraft and kingship drawing on Sinitic and imagined Indian models mediated through such Buddhist literature as the Sūtra for Humane Kings and the Sūtra of Golden Light, resonant with policies followed in the Northern and Southern Dynasties in China. Buddhist monarchs in Silla adopted several overlapping and increasingly sophisticated approaches to symbolically consolidate and project political authority. Silla merged native East Asian cosmological symbolism with Buddhist architecture to establish royal legitimacy. Hwangnyong Monastery combines Sinitic symbolism with Buddhist-inspired propaganda, which both assert Silla’s regional dominion. The significance of the yellow dragon was astrological, signifying Silla’s ascendancy among the Korean states. Hwangnyong Monastery was the locus for state-protection rituals centered on the Sūtra for Humane Kings beginning in the sixth century, but early monasteries built with a single golden hall and two pagodas may have some connection to the Sūtra of Golden Light. Sach’ŏnwang Monastery was the most important twin pagoda monastery in seventh-century Silla, with Yŏngmyo Monastery and Kamŭn Monastery also performing a magico-religious function as loci for ritual centered on divine protection by the four heavenly kings, the eight classes of divine beings, spirit generals, and wholesome deities from the unseen world.
目次Abstract 182
Introduction 183
State-Protection Buddhism 184
Symbolic Architecture and Royal Authority 188
Reflections 200
Notes 202
Abbreviations 205
References 205
ISSN15987914 (P)
DOI10.16893/IJBTC.2021.06.30.1.181
ヒット数1
作成日2022.02.20
更新日期2022.02.20



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