著者
山口 希世美
出版者
日本印度学仏教学会
雑誌
印度學佛教學研究 (ISSN:00194344)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.66, no.2, pp.713-716, 2018

<p>In this paper, by analyzing diaries from the Heian period, I shed light on the fact that handwritten <i>sūtra</i> transcription by women were not rare.</p><p>The <i>Kechiengyō</i> is one example of women's handwriting. One type of currently existing <i>Kechiengyō</i> is called <i>Kunōji-kyō</i>. <i>Kunōji-kyō</i> is a common name of the <i>Lotus Sūtra</i> introduced to Kunōji temple. Among the existing 25 scrolls, women's names are written on 15.</p><p>Considering these cases, the possibility that <i>Kunōji-kyō</i> was indeed handwritten by women cannot be excluded.</p>

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