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Online ISSN : 1881-8161
Print ISSN : 1340-4210
ISSN-L : 1340-4210
エローラ仏教石窟の柱のデザインの由来と空間 : エローラ仏教石窟の柱と空間に関する研究(2)
野々垣 篤
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1999 年 64 巻 517 号 p. 291-298

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In this paper, first, by investigating into each history of design of three kinds of pillars in Buddhist caves at Ellora (India), we see that pillars with lotus-medallion represent the boundaries and that pillars with vase-and-foliage elaborate the front of auspicious space, and that pillars with cushion-like-motif represent "architectural construction" for noble personages like Buddha image. Then, by examining about the relation between design and arrangement of pillars, we may conclude, for example, that Cave 2 is evaluated as a kind of monolithic temple and that main hall of Cave 5 is not only for monks but for royal patrons.

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