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Title :陳侃使録
Title alternative :Chinkan Shiroku
Chen Kan's Records
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Abstract :1冊 筆写者及び年代不詳 52枚
Chen Kan (1489-1538) of Zhejian in Yin county, China, came to Ryukyu in 1534 on an investiture mission to appoint King Sh? Sei.Chen Kan’s “Records of Ryukyu” were used as the start of “Records of Investiture Missions from China” when the investiture missions had returned home. After this, there are some areas where the contents of “Records of Investiture Missions from China” follow the “Records of Ryukyu”.In this copy are, “Shijikiryaku” containing records of things to do with the tributary system, the “Gunshoshitsui” the amended writings of things relating to Ryukyu, the Tempirei?ki” in which miracles of the godess of the seas, Tenpi, are listed, and “Igo” which lists the Ryukyuan language, in which there were many omitted words, characters, and misprints, and so afterwards corrections and improvements were carried out.
Type Local :沖縄関係コレクション
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/10227
Appears in Collections:Iha Fuyu Collection

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