濟州道 正房寺所藏 順天 大興寺 石造如來坐像과 腹藏物
A study on the stone seated Buddha statue and contents that were found inside of Buddha belly inChungbang temple of Chejudo
Socio-political complexity of ancient societies has provided academic circles enormous fascinating research topics, including the prime movers, diagnostic features, and a sequence of emergence, development, and collapse. A symposium (1971) sponsored and managed by a monthly magazine, Sindonga was a critical moment to initiate active discussions on the socio-political complexity in ancient Korea. Thereafter, a few young scholars who experienced achievements or products of American anthropological and archaeological circles played a key role of introducing so-called neo-evolutionary models of socio-political development and the viewpoints of processual archaeology. They also attempted to adopt them as a framework or tool to explain and understand socio-political complexity of ancient Korean societies. These ideas and attempts have drawn much attention of Korean academic circles, although the reaction of Korean academic circles was not always friendly to them. By now these debates have settled down considerably, and scholars have turned to work on the study of socio-political complexity in Korea in a less polemic atmosphere. The neo-evolutionary terms "chiefdom" and "state" have gained acceptance as useful terms and concepts for designating general levels of sociopolitical complexity, shorn of much of their earlier theoretical baggage. As fuller data have accumulated, archaeologists have turned to more empirical investigations, and to more concrete regional approaches. In the current academic atmosphere, interdisciplinary studies, involving interrelated disciplines, in particular the three disciplines of archaeology, ancient history, and anthropology are seen as indispensable in the study of socio-political complexity in ancient Korea. Korean archaeology has now reached a stage that desperately calls for synthetic explanation and interpretation. In this situation it appears that the best way to make progress in our understanding of Korean cultural history is by focusing on synthesis and integration of the new archaeological evidence into the already existing interpretive matrix. Research into the sociopolitical development of ancient Korean societies will be best served in the immediate future by adopting a strongly descriptive /integrative approach, drawing together the great corpus of newly available archaeological data with continuing attention to relevant theoretical issues and documentary records
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