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Title: 現存的三篇宋代內臣墓誌銘 = A study of three extant stone tomb records and inscriptions of Song eunuchs
Authors: Ho, Koon-wan (何冠環)
Subjects: Cai Xun
Songyin ji
Stone tomb record and inscription of eunuchs
Dong Zhongyong
Zheng Jingchun
Yang Liangru
Issue Date: Jan-2011
Publisher: 香港中文大學中國文化研究所 = The Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Citation: 中國文化研究所學報 = Journal of Chinese studies, Jan. 2011, no. 52, p. 33-[63].
Abstract: 目前僅見的宋代內臣墓誌銘,只有曹勛的文集 《 松隱文集 》 卷三所收的三篇內臣墓誌銘得以傳世,對於研究宋代內臣的事蹟及面貌,有很大的價值。本文首先根據這三篇墓誌銘提供的史料,並參照其他有關史料,考述董仲永 (1104-1165) ,鄭景純 (1091-1137) ,楊良孺 (1111- 1164)三人的事蹟,並以此為據,論析宋代內臣的相關制度以及這三篇墓銘的史料價值。然後從曹勛特別的仕歷,論析內臣墓誌銘的撰寫問題,最後討論為何宋代內臣墓誌銘罕見的可能原因。
This article examines the lives and careers of three senior eunuchs: Dong Zhongyong 董仲永 (1104-1165), Zheng Jingchun 鄭景純 (1091-1137), and Yang Liangru 楊良孺 (1111- 1164), who served the Song 宋, inner court. Though their names were not included in the "Biographies of Eunuchs" of the Song shi 宋史, their biographies were kept in the stone tomb records and inscriptions 墓誌銘 written by their friend, Cai Xun 曹勛 (1098-1174), a courtier and renowned poet. The three stone tomb records and inscriptions were preserved in the Songyin ji 松隱集 - the collected works of Cai Xun. It is also worthy to raise a question why the number of extant stone tomb inscriptions of Song eunuchs is so rare.
Rights: ©香港中文大學 2011, 出版社授權使用
©The Chinese University of Hong Kong 2011. Reproduced with permission of the publisher.
Type: Journal/Magazine Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/4504
ISSN: 1016-4464
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