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Title :琉球王府の雨乞儀礼
Title alternative :Prayer-for-Rain Rituals of the Ryukyu Kingdom
Authors :山里, 純一
Authors alternative :Yamazato, Junichi
Issue Date :24-Dec-2010
Abstract :Among archival manuscripts handed down by the Sho-the royal family of the Ryukyu Kingdom-there are six codices that include descriptions of rainmaking rites, such as Diary of the Prayer for Rain(『雨乞日記』). The six codices-the copies of administrative documents about the prayer-for-rain rites that the Ryukyu Kingdom conducted as a government-unveil the details of ritual procedures that had not been found in officially compiled historical documents on which previous studies based their investigations. Examining the Sho documents, this study attempts to add new understanding and information to the existent findings on the prayer-for-rain rites of the Ryukyu Kingdom.
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :2185-4882
Publisher :the International Institute for Okinawan Studies, University of the Ryukyus
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/33966
Citation :International journal of Okinawan studies Vol.1 no.2 p.15 -39
Appears in Collections:Vol.1(2) (2010/12)

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