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タイトル: カイコガの種で見る日本の古代養蚕史 -古代の文献史料から家蚕と天蚕を読み取る-
その他のタイトル: History of Japanese Sericulture in View of the Species of Silk Moth - Literary Records of Domesticated and Wild Japanese Silk Moths in Ancient Japan -
著者: 中沢, 隆 link image
著者(別表記) : Nakazawa, Takashi
著者読み: なかざわ, たかし
キーワード: 絹; タンパク質; セリシン; 養蚕; 家蚕; 天蚕; 桑; 魏志倭人伝; 古事記; 日本書紀; Silk; Protein; Fibroin; Sericin; Sericulture; Domesticated Silkworm (Bombyx Mori); Oak Silkworm (Antheraea Yamamai); Mulberry; Account of Wa People (in "Records of Three Kingdoms", Book of Wei, Vol. 30, Section of Dongyi Zhuan); Account of Ancient Matters (Kojiki); Chronicle of the History of Japan (日本書紀)
発行日: 2017年 3月30日
出版者: 奈良女子大学古代学学術研究センター
引用: 中沢隆:古代学(奈良女子大学古代学学術研究センター), 第9号, pp.1-10
抄録: Fibroin and sericin are proteins composing silk fibers. Based on the finding of amino acid sequence of fibroin corresponding to wild Japanese silk moth (Antheraea yamamai) in a piece of textile excavated from Makimuku archaeological site (ca. 3 century AD), the author assumed that there could exist a sericulture of Japanese origin some 200-300 years before the vast influx of immigrants, prisoners of war, and refugees, who provided Japan with new sericulture using silkworm moth (Bombyx mori) domesticated in ancient China and mulberry trees needed to breed the moth. Such an innovation of sericulture producing valuable silk textiles could possibly transform the culture, economy, and politics of ancient Japan so greatly that its consequences must be worthy to be recorded in authoritative literatures including Kojiki (Account of Ancient Matters) and Nihon-Shoki (Chronicles of the History of Japan). In this article, the author surveyed these literatures to search for myths, stories, and events, which might be associated with the use of either Japanese silk moth or domesticated silkworm moth for the production of textiles, resulting in finding a few stories in favor of the existence of sericulture with Japanese silk moth, especially in the story of Emperor Nintoku and his wife Empress Iwano-Hime.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/4496
ISSN: 21874093
出現コレクション:第9号

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