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KCI등재 학술저널

‘육국사(六國史)’의 편찬과 ‘일본율령국가’의 수사(修史)사업

― 『속일본기』와 『일본삼대실록』을 중심으로 ―

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The late 7thcentury was a period when the Japanese ancient statutory nation(日本律令國家) started to be settled. After the period, the basic history books of theJapanese ancient statutory nation, ‘The Records of Ancient Matters’ and ‘The Chronicles of Japan’ were published. The distinct characteristics of the statutory nation include: i) ‘enactment of the statute’, which is the basic law of a nation, ii)‘publication of the government-compiled history books’, which are the official historical records of a nation governed by the statute, and iii) ‘establishment of palace (宮) and capital (京), also known as royal palace (宮都) and capital city (都 城), where the statutory ideologies were realized. The ‘national history’ of the statutory nation is generally called, The Six History Records of Japan (六國史)”. However, The Six History Records of Japan (六國史) can be categorized into ‘The Chronicles of Japan’ and the ‘five history records’, from the perspective of a record compiled before and after the establishment of the statutory nation. With regards to the compilation of The Six History Records of Japan, resulted from the historiographic works of the Japanese ancient statutory nation, ‘A Historical Diary of Japan Zoku Nihon ki’ is important as an outcome of the practical historiographic works of the statutory nation. It is also necessary to focus on ‘The Annals of Three Reigns of Japan’, which was the last part of The Six History Records of Japan and the last historical compilation of the statutory nation. According to the analysis, the implications of the historiographic works as a large-scale official historic compilation of the statutory nation were as follows: First, it was able to differentiate the views on The Six History Records of Japan including ‘The Chronicles of Japan’ as a record before and after The Six History Records of Japan and before and after the establishment of the statutory nation. Second, it was able to have more multi-faceted and multi-layered points of views on the existing six history records. Lastly, the reference to the historiographic works helped develop more diverse and delicate perspectives on the Japanese ancient statutory nation.

1. 머리말

2. 율령국가의 운용과 육국사 편찬

3. 육국사의 실질적인 시작과 [속일본기]

4. 육국사의 종언과 [일본삼대실록]

5. 맺음말

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