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平成最後の読書一生分プレゼントキャンペーン(~12/9)

【HB】丸善・ジュンク堂書店×hontoブックツリー ~陳浩基『世界を売った男』文庫化記念~ 日本と中華圏の本格ミステリの水脈 ポイント5倍キャンペーン(~12/5)

目次

  • ChapterⅠ:New Aspects of the Angkor Empire
    • A Major Discovery that Changes our View of History
    • The Excavation of the Buddha Images and Stone Pillar with a Thousand Seated Buddhas
    • Devaraja(King of the Gods)and Chakravartin(Supreme Monarch)
    • Religious Reformation in the Reign of Jayavarman Ⅶ(1181−1218ca)
    • The Buddha Seated on a Naga
    • Discarded Buddha Images of Banteay Kdei
    • Anti‐religious Reform during the Reign of Jayavarman Ⅷ(1243−1295)
    • Exhaustion and Decline during the Final Years of the Angkor Empire
    • A Re‐evaluation of Indravarman Ⅱ and Jayavarman Ⅷ(1243−1295)
  • ChapterⅡ:A Message from the Vestiges of History
    • The Possibilities and Limitations of Inscriptional Sources
    • Sanskrit−The Language of Interaction with the Gods
    • What the Inscriptions in Old Khmer Say
    • What Became of the Scripture Houses Filled with Manuscripts?
  • ChapterⅢ:Society and Culture of the Angkor Period
    • An Effort to View the Unseen
    • A View of the Social Stratification of the Past from the Standpoint of the Titles
    • What Form Did the Economic Activities Take?
    • The Existence of a Hereditary Line Concerned with Religious Affairs
    • Kingship Was Attained through Force
    • The Gods Who Produced Abundant Fruit
    • Temples Were Maintained through the Voluntary and Forced Labor of the People
  • ChapterⅣ:Fabulous Art and Architecture Based on Their Perception of the Universe
    • Temple Space Reflecting the Hindu View of the Cosmos
    • Town Planning in the Angkor Period
    • Statues Brimming with Grace
  • ChapterⅤ:Ancient Hydraulic Cities in the Jungles and the Principal Earth‐fortified Royal Highway
    • Sambor Prei Kuk−The First Capital of the Khmer People
    • Koh Ker−The New Capital City of the Kingdom
    • Beng Mealea−The Subcenter of the Angkor Capital
    • The Great Preah Khan of Kompong Svay−A Strategic Regional Stronghold
    • Banteay Chhmar−A Population of 150,000 People
    • The Distribution of the Principal Earth‐fortified Highway
    • Research Methodologies Employed in Clarifying the History of the Angkor Empire
    • The Hydraulic City−The Economic Basis of the Angkor Empire
    • The Production of Iron−An Étude for a Nation‐Building Theory
  • ChapterⅥ:The Angkor Empire in the Context of Southeast Asian History
    • The Discarded Buddha Images and the Fall of Angkor
    • A Re‐examination of Angkor from the Second Half of the 13th to the 14th Century
    • Reasons Behind the Removal of the Statues−Establishing a Hypothesis from Multiple Causes
    • Rewriting the History of the Fall of the Angkor Empire
    • What Became of the Kingdom’s Treasures?
    • Religious Statues from the Angkor Era Discovered in Mandalay
    • The Historical Positioning of the Angkor Empire
    • A History Built on Forests,Rice Fields,and the Sea
  • ChapterⅦ:Preservation and Restoration of the Cultural Heritage and Insights Acquired in Cambodia
    • Preservation and Restoration of the Angkor Monuments
    • Cambodian Academic Degrees
    • Co‐existence of Monuments,Villages,and Forests
    • Sophia University Angkor International Mission
    • Cultural Cooperation Based on Insights Acquired at the Sites