Departmental Bulletin Paper 春日版『五部大乗経』の底本とされた宋版一切経(三) : 釋音の比較による検討と宋版との相違点
The South Song Dynasty Edition of the Buddhist Canon(宋版一切経) Which Became Original Text of Kasuga Prints(春日版) the Five Mahayana Sutras(五部大乗経)(3): Comparison in Shakuon(釋音), and the difference with Sung edition

佐々木, 勇

The Five Mahayana Sutras(Hoke-kyo( 法華経the Saddharma Pundariks Sutra), Kegon-kyo(華厳経the Avatamska Sutra), Nehan-kyo(涅槃経), Daijik-kyo(大集経), Daibon hannya-kyo(大品般若経))were printed at Kofuku-ji(興福寺) in Nara. Those were called Kasuga prints(春日版). Those were printed in the latter period in Kamakura era. The purpose of this thesis is to specify a dependence book of the Five Copies of Mahayana Sutras. The next things were found by this thesis.1.A dependence book of Nehan-kyo(涅槃経)is Touzenji-ban hokokubon(東禅寺版補刻本).2.A dependence books of Kegon-kyo(華厳経), Daijik-kyo(大集経)and Daibon hannya-kyo(大品般若経)are Sikei-ban(思渓版).However, I also found out that the difference between Kasuga edition and the South Song Dynasty Edition of the Buddhist Canon. About this difference, I wrote it down in this article.

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