近世中期の伊勢神宮における殿舎の考証とその意義

Translated title of the contribution: ON THE HISTORICAL STUDIES AND ITS MEANINGS OF THE BUILDINGS OF ISE-JINGU IN THE MIDDLE OF EARLY MODERN PERIOD

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Abstract

This paper examines the characteristics and functions of historical studies on the buildings of Ise-Jingu in the middle of early modern period.<br> Historical studies have been written down since around Kanbun era(1661-1673). In early times, their subjects are limited to the buildings whose reconstruction projects were planned, but soon studies which cover all buildings of Ise-Jingu were complied.<br> Around that time, there were dispute between Naiku (Inner Shrine of Ise-Jingu) and Geku (Outer Shrine of Ise-Jingu) about the revival projects of Geku, and historical studies which were solely compiled by the priests of Geku until the early eighteenth century include their claim.
Translated title of the contributionON THE HISTORICAL STUDIES AND ITS MEANINGS OF THE BUILDINGS OF ISE-JINGU IN THE MIDDLE OF EARLY MODERN PERIOD
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)1661-1666
Number of pages6
Journal日本建築学会計画系論文集
Volume74
Issue number641
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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