Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng

(Tùi Ko-lē Tāi-chōng-keng choán--lâi)

Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng (hàn-gú: 高麗大藏經, koh kkiò-tsò "Palman tāi-tsōng-king" (八萬大藏經; Pat-bān Tāi-tsōng-king), hân-gú: Siám-chhoan Hái-ìn-sī [en] Tāi-chōng-keng pán (陝川海印寺大藏經板 (합천 해인사 대장경판)), Hái-ìn-sī [en] Tāi-tsōng-king pán (海印寺大藏經板 (해인사대장경판)); ing-gú: Tripitaka Koreana (Goryeo Tripiṭaka), Palman Daejanggyeong), sī 13 sè-kí Kəlē ông-tiâu Ko-tsong iōng 16-nî ê sî-kan tiau-tok [en] uân-sîng ê sè-kài siōng tiōng-iàu hām siōng tsuân-bīn ê tāi-tsōng-king tsi-it. Kəlē Tāi-tsōng-king uî Hân-kok tē-32 hō kok-pó. Kolē Tāi-tsōng-king ê pó-tsûn-tē Hân-kok ê Hái-ìn-sī sī Liân-ha̍p-kok kàu-kho-bûn tsoo-tsit tsí-tīng ê sè-kài i-sán.

Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng
(Palman Tāi-chōng-ken)
UNESCO Sè-kài Ûi-sán
Korea-Haeinsa-Tripitaka Koreana-01.jpg
Location Hân-kok
Criteria Cultural: iv, vi
Reference 737
Inscription 1995 (Tē-19 session)
Coordinates 35°48′N 128°06′E / 35.800°N 128.100°E / 35.800; 128.100
Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng is located in Hân-kok
Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng
Location of Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng in Hân-kok
Ko-lê Tāi-chōng-keng
Ko-lê-jī
or
Hàn-jī
or
Kok-gí ê Lô-má-jī Piáu-kì-hoat Palman Daejanggyeong
or Goryeo Daejanggyeong
McCune–Reischauer Piáu-kì-hoat P'alman Taejanggyŏng
or Koryŏ Taejanggyŏng

Kəlē Tāi-tsōng-king lóng-tsóng ū 1,496 tsiong [en], 06,568 kuàn [en], 52,382,960 ê hàn-jī; tiau-tok teh 81,258 tè ê tshâ-pang tíng-kuân. Ta̍k tè tshâ-pang tn̂g 24 cm, khuah 60 cm, kuân 2.6 tsì 4.0 cm, tāng-liōng teh 3 kàu 4 kg tsi-kan. Kolē Tāi-tsōng-king hâm-kuat Pak-sòng, Khitan hām Kolē Tāi-tsōng-king ê pán-pún. Lî-tshiáñ ū Kolē ko-tsing sóo thiñ-ka ê lāi-iông, tuì liáu-kái kóo-tāi Tiong-kok kah Khitan ê Tāi-tsōng-king kū-iú tsiàñ-kuân ê li̍k-sú kè-ta̍t [en].[1] Kolē Tāi-tsōng-king tī 1962-nî hông le̽t-ƶi̍p Tāi-hân Bîn-kok kok-pó [en], pīng-tshiáñ tī 2007-nî hông le̽t-ƶi̍p Lên-ha̍p-kok Kàu-kho-bûn tsoo-tsit sè-kài kì-ik bîng-lio̍k.[2][3]

Tsù-káiSiu-kái

  1. (Eng-gí)"Tripitaka Koreana at Haeinsa Temple". Cultural Properties Administration. goân-loē-iông tī 6 May 2009 hőng khó͘-pih. 2008-04-14 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. "Printing Woodblocks of the Tripitaka Koreana in Haeinsa Temple, Hapcheon". Cultural Heritage Administration. Korea Tourism Organization. Goân-pún bāng-ia̍h Pó-chûn tī 2016-10-03. 1 October 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. "Printing woodblocks of the Tripiṭaka Koreana and miscellaneous Buddhist scriptures". UNESCO Memory of the World. United Nations. Goân-pún bāng-ia̍h Pó-chûn tī 2016-08-28. 30 July 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 

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