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조선시대 觀天臺와 日影臺의 연혁 : 장경궁 일영대와 관련하여
A History of Gwancheondae and Ilyeongdae in the Joseon Dynasty : Especially on the Ilyeongdae in Changgyeong Palace

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Authors
정연식
Issue Date
2010
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.51, pp. 265-297
Keywords
gwanche ondaeilyeongdaeganeuisoganeuiilseongieongsieui관천대일영대간의소간의일성정시의
Abstract
The name of gwancheondae(觀天臺) means a sky- observing stand. It was a stand

for ganeui(簡儀: a kind of torquetum) or soganeui(小簡儀: a kind of small

torquetum). The name of ilyeongdae(日影臺) means sun- shadow stand. It was a

stand for ilgu(日曇: sundial) or ilseongjeongsieui(日星定時儀: a kind of astrolabe).

Ilseongjeongsieui was an astronomical clock used for checking the nearby clepsydra

for clay and night.

There is a stone stand designated for treasure No. 851 inChanggyeong Palace(昌

慶宮). It is known as a gwancheondae for soganeui, but it is not a gwancheondae

but an ilyeongdae for ilseongjeongsieui.

It is the only stand for ilseongieongsieui, and the stone stand located in Hyundae

office building in Gye-rdong is the only stand for soganeui remained till now.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/70980
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