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VOLUME 10: 文化 KOREAN BUDDHIST CULTURE: ACCOUNTS OF A PILGRIMAGE, MONUMENTS, AND EMINENT MONKS

Edited by Roderick Whitfield
Translated by Michael Finch, Sem Vermeersch, Matthew Wegehaupt
 
I. INTRODUCTION
Open Road to the World--Memoirs of a Pilgrimage to the Five Indian Kingdoms -
1. The Dunhuang Manuscripts and the Discovery of the Memoirs of a Pilgrimage to the Five Indian Kingdoms
2. The Career of Esteemed Esoteric Master Hyecho
3. The Structure of the Memoirs and the Course of Hyecho’s Journey
4. The Contents and Unique Characteristics of the Memoirs
The Cultural-Historical Significance of the Samguk yusa (Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms)
1. Iryeon’s Perception of History
2. The Structure of Samguk yusa
3. The Historiographical Significance of the Samguk yusa
 
II. MEMOIRS OF A PILGRIMAGE TO THE FIVE INDIAN KINGDOMS
1. [Śrāvastī]
2. Kuśinagara
3. Vārāṇasī
4. Central India
5. South India
6. West India
7. Jālandhara
8. Suvarnagotra
9. Takshar
10. Sindh-Gujarāt
11. Kashmir
12. Greater Bolor, Yangtong, Suoboci
13. Tibet
14. Lesser Bolor
15. Gandhāra
16. Uddhayāna
17. Kuwi
18. Lampāka
19. Kāpiśī
20. Zābulistān
21. Bāmiyān
22. Tokhara
23. Persia
24. Arabia
25. Byzantine Empire
26. Hu Nations
27. Ferghāna
28. Khuttal
29. Turks
30. Wakhān
31. Shighnān
32. Congling Garrison
33. Kashgar
34. Kucha
35. Khotan
36. Karashahr
 
III. SAMGUK YUSA (STŪPAS AND IMAGES)
4-1. The Rock on which Kāśyapa Buddha Sat in Meditation 迦葉弗宴坐石
4-2. King Aśoka’s Pagoda at Liaodong Fortress 遼東城育王塔
4-3. The Pasa Stone Pagoda at Geumgwan Fortress 金官城婆娑石塔
4-4. The Goguryeo Monastery Yeongtapsa 高麗靈塔寺
4-5. The Sixteen-foot Buddha Statue at Hwangnyongsa 皇龍寺丈六
4-6. The Nine-Story Pagoda at Hwangnyongsa 皇龍寺九層塔
4-7. The Hwangnyongsa Bell, Bunhwangsa’s Bhaiṣajyaguru Buddha Statue and the Bongdeoksa Bell 皇龍寺鐘 芬皇寺藥師 奉德寺鍾
4-8. The Sixteen-foot Statue at Yeongmyosa 靈妙寺丈六
4-9. Mt. Sabul (Four Buddhas Mountain), Mt. Gulbul (Unearthing Buddha Mountain), and Mt. Manbul (Ten Thousand Buddhas Mountain) 四佛山 萬佛山 掘佛山
4-10. The Stone Maitreya Buddha Image at Saenguisa 生義寺石彌勒
4-11. The Mural of Samantabhadra Bodhisattva at Heungnyunsa 興輪寺壁畫普賢
4-12-1. Three Places with Images of Avalokitêśvara: I. Jungsaengsa 三所觀音 I. 衆生寺
4-12-2. Three Places with Images of Avalokitêśvara: II. Baengnyulsa 三所觀音 II. 栢栗寺
4-12-3. Three Places with Images of Avalokitêśvara: III. Minjangsa 三所觀音 III. 敏藏寺
4-13. A Chronological Account of the Transmission of Buddhist Relics 前後所將舍利
4-14. Maitreya Daoist Flower Misi-rang and the Monk Jinja 彌勒仙花 未尸郞 眞慈師
4-15. The Two Saints of Mt. Nambaegwol, Nohil Budeuk and Daldal Bakbak 南白月二聖 努夫得 怛怛朴朴
4–16. The Thousand-Handed Avalokitêśvara at Bunhwangsa causes a Blind Child to Regain its Sight 芬皇寺千手大悲 盲兒得眼
4-17. Josin and the Two Great Saints of Naksansa, the Bodhisattvas Avalokiteśvara and Jeongchwi 洛山二大聖 觀音 正趣 調信
4-18. The Buddha’s Shadow on Mt. Eo 魚山佛影
4-19. The Fifty Thousand Incarnated Buddhas of Mt. Odae 臺山五萬眞身
4-20. The Five Classes of Saintly Hosts of Woljeongsa on Mt. Odae 臺山月精寺五類聖衆
4-21. Mt. Namwol (also called Gamsan Monastery) 南月山 (亦名 甘山寺)
4-22. Cheollyongsa 天龍寺
4-23. The Amitābha Buddha Hall at Mujangsa 鍪藏寺彌陁殿
4-24. Baegeomsa’s Stone Stūpa and Relics 伯嚴寺石塔舍利
4-25. Yeongchwisa 靈鷲寺
4-26. Yudeoksa 有德寺
4-27. The Inscription on the Stone Stūpa at Munsusa (Manjuśrī Monastery) on Mt. Odae 五臺山文殊寺石塔記
 
IV. SAMGUK YUSA (EXEGETES)
5-1. Wongwang Studies in the West 圓光西學
5-2. Boyang and the Pear Tree 寶壤梨木
5-3. Yangji Sets his Staff to Work 良志使錫
5-4. The Masters who Sought Refuge in India 歸竺諸師
5-5. Hyesuk and Hyegong Identify with the Realm of the Senses 二惠同塵
5-6. Jajang Establishes the Vinaya 慈藏定律
5-7. Wonhyo the Unbridled 元曉不羈
5-8. Uisang Transmits the Teachings 義湘傳敎
5-9. Snake Boy Does not Speak 蛇福不言
5-10. Jinpyo Transmits the [Divination] Strips 眞表傳簡
5-11. Seungjeon and the Skulls 勝詮髑髏
5-12. Simji Continues the Work of the Patriarchs 心地繼祖
5-13. The Yogācāra of Daehyeon and the Hwaeom of Beophae 賢瑜伽 海華嚴

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