Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
標題: 從敦煌具註曆日到寺廟安太歲:太歲以下諸神體系的起源與演變趨勢
Educed from Dunhuang Lunisolar Calendar: A Study on the Development of Tai-sui Gods
作者: Chun-Chin Chen
關鍵字: 敦煌文書;具註歷日;太歲神;數術;Dunhuang Manuscript;Lunisolar Calendar;Tai-sui Gods;Chinese Numerology
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學中國文學系
Project: 興大中文學報, Volume 36, Page(s) 61-102.
Evolved since Tang Dynasty, in the folk culture of divination, a spirit system of "Tai-Sui" has become common practices in Taiwan temples of pacifying "tai-sui", this article based on its modern practices will name it as "Tai-Sui gods." Collected and compared previous literatures, this author has found that a spirit system of "Tai-Sui" had been established since Tang Dynasty and diversified afterwards. In Five Dynasties the system began to change; in early Song Dynasty a dramatic change occurred when more Tai-Sui spirits were brought in. Ming Dynasty was a period of consolidation, which numbers of spirits have been reduced to ten kinds and the spirits recorded in a variety of literature are almost the same. In Qing Dynasty, "Xie Ji Bian Fang Shu", integrating the ancient and modern divinations, has resulted in that the rare Spirits Theory had again been applied in Numerology. In the first half of 20th century, an integrate and relatively stable Tai-Sui gods system is popular in Taiwan, but yet since the 21st century, commercial factors resulted in collapse and radical changes of this system. While mass cultures of Tang Dynasty identified, trends generalized from "Tai-Sui Gods" can be utilized to refer to the literatures written in unknown age. Therefore, the author believes that the part of "Tai-Sui Gods" in "Chisongzi Chapter Calendar" was written after Five Dynasty, and the relevant part of "Zhang Guo Xing Zong" was written between in the Song and Yuan Dynasties.

Appears in Collections:第36期

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat
93575-3.pdf2.78 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
Show full item record

Google ScholarTM


Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.