[KS] Ch'oe Cha's SamgyOng-bu poem and, separately, dolmen

Dr. Edward D. Rockstein ed4linda at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 13 11:48:29 EDT 2014


Well, Here's the first page of the work for what it's worth:
동문선 / 삼도부 이미지 (출처: 한국민족문화대백과)


  
             
동문선 / 삼도부 이미지 (출처: 한국민족문화대백과)
고려 중기에 최자가 지은 부. ≪동문선≫에서.  
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For dolmens 고인돌 I would expect you'd find any early references in Chinese as   지석묘 jiseokmyo [ 支石墓 ]. 


Dr. Edward D. Rockstein 


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On Sunday, October 12, 2014 7:58 AM, Andrew <zatouichi at gmail.com> wrote:
 

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>Dear all,
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>Two questions:
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>1)
>Could anyone suggest how I might obtain a copy of Ch'oe Cha's (崔慈) poem which is either named SamgyOng-bu (三京賦) or Samdo-bu (三都賦), referred to in Breuker's book as prefiguring "much of the Tan'gun myth (notes 49 and 57 of Chapter 3 in Breuker 2010. Establishing a Pluralist Society in Medieval Korea) ?
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>The poem doesn't show up well in internet searches, and when it does it is most often referring to similarly named Chinese works.
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>According to Breuker (2010), it is in the TongmunsOn (東文選) - which unfortunately we do not have in our library - so really my question is: is there any online version of the
>TongmunsOn not behind a 회원가입 wall?
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>2)
>Does anyone know of premodern references to dolmen megaliths? In particular, pre- C18th Silhak references (though these are also of interest) ?
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>I feel like I've read something on this question before, but cannot think where. If so, it was probably attributed to Dasan.
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>If there are premodern references to dolmen, what term did they use?
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>Apologies that these are rather basic research questions, but thank-you in advance for any thoughts.
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>sincerely
>Andrew Logie
>(University of Helsinki)
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