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조선시대 동궁의 청자사용에 대한 법제화와 그 배경
One reason why the use of Celadon should be limited authorities to the Crown Prince in the Joseon Dynasty

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Authors
오영인
Issue Date
2017-06
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.78, pp. 221-254
Keywords
관요청자동궁경국대전경국대전주해음양오행사상Royal kilnsCeladonthe Crown PrinceGyeongguk DaejeonGyeongguk Daejeon Notesthe theories of Five elements the yin and yang
Abstract
It is in with a shout that the royal families of the Joseon Dynasty marked Celadon down as an exclusive possession of the Crown Prince since the first publication of Gyeongguk Daejeon in 1461. In a sense, the continuous production of Royal kilns celadon could very well owe that. But Celadon had been used in company with Porcelain by the royal families of the Joseon Dynasty on account of omission of provisions of law books, of other ground conditions, up to 1555 carrying through provisions of Gyeongguk Daejeon Notes.
Royal kilns had to pay particular attention to produce, to supply and demand Celadon through an official announcement to limit the use of Celadon in 1555. As a result, it brought about change personality and production scale of Royal kilns celadon, limitation of production of Royal kilns celadon at the end. Unlike that, regulation of utilization of Celadon differed from reality of usage, which it was announced once more that the use of Celadon should be limited authorities to the Crown Prince in 1616.
As a kind of role model to reinforce ruling ideology of the Dynasty, the royal families of the Joseon Dynasty selected Celadon as an exclusive possession of the Crown Prince. It also intended to strengthen royal authority to compile Gyeongguk Daejeon, Gyeongguk Daejeon Notes, to show clearly the status to graduate in use of Ceramics in the royal families. Above all, the Crown Prince was the basis of the Joseon Dynasty and being to have the king"s personal qualities and virtues. Hereat, it put Propaganda effect to build up enhance the Dynasty’s position and talent, character, meaning of the Crown Prince, to compile the use of Celadon to be limited authorities to the Crown Prince in Gyeongguk Daejeon, Gyeongguk Daejeon Notes.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/167455
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