조선전기 공신지위의 승계 -첩자를 중심으로-
A Study on the Succession to the Status of honorable Subjects in the first term of Chosun-Dynasty

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서울대학교 법학연구소
법학, Vol.43 No.2, pp. 260-287
공신 우대공신지위의 승계공신의 책봉과정공신의 현황
In this article, I study the succession to the Status of honorable Subjects(功

臣) to the reality of in genealogy the first term of Chosun-Dynasty(15th∼16th

Centuries). Honorable Subjects who had rendered distinguished services to

nation and people were endowed with prestiges by the nation. And these

prestiges went down to their offsprings. So honorable Subjects became the

shield of a royal family.

When honorable Subjects were appointed, they were given lands and slaves,

and became the Kun(君; dukes) and the father of his family. They had the

prestiges of in public services and their death. Their offsprings were appointed

public services by honorable Subjects' hidden virtues and could succeed lands

and slaves.

The succession of honorable Subjects' status is same the succession of

ancestor-worship and properties in generally. Only some distinguished qualities

are accepted because their characters of lands and slaves given are endowed

for the reward of nation and a royal family. In principle, the eldest legal son

(嫡長子) is successor of honorable Subjects. A common concubinary son(良妾

子) who succeeded the ancestor-worship could take part in Chunguiwi(忠義衛),

and had same right of the succession of properties with the legal daughters. A

slavery concubinary son(賤妾子) who succeeded the ancestor-worship could take

part in Chunguiwi, but possessed the lands of 30 gyol(結) for the

ancestor-worship. This regulations were debated which treated the legal...
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