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タイトル: 長岡宮会昌門の楼閣遺構とその意義
その他のタイトル: Remains of the watchtower of Nagaoka-kyu (the Nagaoka Palace) Kaisho-mon and the significance
著者: 金子, 裕之 link image
著者(別表記) : Kaneko, Hiroyuki
著者読み: かねこ, ひろゆき
キーワード: 長岡宮; 会昌門; 楼閣遺構; 平安宮; 闕; 唐風
発行日: 2007年 8月31日
出版者: 奈良女子大学21世紀COEプログラム
引用: 金子裕之: 古代都市とその形制(奈良女子大学21世紀COEプログラム集Vol. 14), pp. 48-71, 138
シリーズ/レポート番号: 古代日本形成の特質解明の研究教育拠点 奈良女子大学21世紀COEプログラム報告集; Vol. 14
抄録: During the excavation of "chodoin-nan-mon" (the south gate of palatial mansions) called Kaisho-mon of Nagaoka-kyu (784-794), the watchtower remains have been unearthed, which is comparable to Shoranro of Oten-mon of Heian-kyu (the Heian Palace, 794-1185). Shoranro, imitating monketsu (gate) of Tang, solemnly garnishes Oten-mon along with twin Seihoro. Monketsu is a kind of watchtower, attached to both sides of the Imperial Palace Gate, and excludes people without status. The outcome will reveal two problems with the construction of Nagaoka-kyu. One is that this palace added Shoranro and Seihoro in order to follow the trend of Tang. In Tang "the Imperial Palace" which is the residence of an emperor is divided into two sections, the personal Palace only accessible to royal family and the common Palace. Each section has a gate with monketsu. In Japan, however, both sections of the palace had been unified and not needed any watchtower equal to monketsu until Nagaoka-kyu era. Nagaoka-kyu might have tried to imitate Tang by adding this building to Kaisho-mon. Oten-mon of the Heian Palace was constructed, based on this structure. The other is the negation of Akira Yamanaka's theory about reconstruction of Nagaoka-kyu. The Fujiwara, Heijo and Heian Palaces have all palatial mansions called chodoin sections inside the walls of the Imperial Palace. And in each palace there is Suzaku-mon attached to the Imperial Palace and chodoin-nan-mon attached to the chodoin section. On the other hand, Yamanaka claims that chodoin-nan-mon (Kaisho-mon) of Nagaoka-kyu combines Suzaku-mon. The exceptional structure has been ascribed to such special circumstances as the short-term construction of Nagaoka-kyu. However, thanks to the discovery of the fact that Nagaoka-kyu is the prototype of Heian-kyu, the error accompanying this theory will be disclosed. Like the other palaces, Nagaoka-kyu should be thought to have the walls of the Imperial Palace and Suzaku-mon to the south of chodoin-nan-mon.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/2540
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