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作者 劉淑芬 (1952-) 著
書名 唐代俗人的塔葬 / 劉淑芬著
出版項 北京市 : 北京大學出版社, 1999[民88]
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館紀念室  R Liu-S-F  1999C    館內使用  撤架區  30530104584107
說明 79-105面
(平裝)
附註 燕京學報. 新第七期. 抽印本
Summary: This paper represents a portion of the author's on-going research on Buddhist mortuary practices during China's medieval era. While some scholars have studies stupa burial among members of the sangha, relatively little research has been undertaken on how this practice spread among lay Buddhists. In the course of researching this topic, the author has found that while stupa burials after the Tang dynasty were usually linked to cremation, medieval stupa burials among lay Buddhists tended to follow practices of exposure of the corpse, a form of self-sacrifice (sheshen 捨身) involving placing the bodies of deceased Buddhists in unsheltered areas where they could be consumed by animals and insects. The most common forms of this practice were forest exposure ( linzang 林葬) and cave exposure (shishi yiku 石室痤窟). Stupa burials among lay Buddhists appear to have commenced during the early Tang. Most induviduals who practiced this form of burial tended to be members of the Three Stages Movement (Sanjie jiao 三階教) who were inspired by popular sutras such as the Shituolin jing 屍陀林經 and the Foshuo yao xing sheshen jing佛說要行捨身經. Stupa burial spread in areas where the movement flourished, including the stupa of Zhongnan Shan (終南山) housing the remains of the movement's founder Xinxing (信行) (540-594) and the movement's "place of origin" at Baoshan (寶山), Henan.
主題 喪禮 -- 宗教方面 -- 佛教 csht
喪葬習俗 lcstt
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