2006 年 55 巻 1 号 p. 68-71,1188
The Jinzang lun 金蔵論 ― a kind of Buddhist encyclopedia ― was compiled by Daoji 道紀 in the Northern Zhou period in China. It seemed that the Jinzang lun was lost in China, and the only manuscripts extant were fascs. 1-2 and the bulk of fasc. 6, which were in Japan. However, recently Dr. Arami Hiroshi 荒見泰史 discovered that there were pieces of the Jinzang lun in Dunhuang manuscripts. Then, when we investigated, we were able to find the following Jinzang lun manuscripts in the Dunhuang documents. Dunhuang A: B1322 (為86, BD3686)・Дx00977 in Russia・D156 in Beijing-University, Dunhuang B: B8407(鳥16, BD7316), Dunhuang C: S3962, Dunhuang D: 54654, Dunhuang E: P3426, Dunhuang F: S779. Dunhuang A-D are equivalent to fascs. 5 and 6 of the Jinzang lun. From these and fasc. 6 in Kofukuji 興福寺, we can reconstruct nearly the whole picture of fascs. 5 and 6 of the Jinzang lun.