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KCI등재 학술저널

중세 公家 사회의 家 의 분립

-가데노코지가(勘解由小路家)를 통한 고찰-

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This paper examines how the division of family in medieval courtier society was made through Kadenokoji family which was a branch of Hino family and divided from Yorisuke in 13th century. Hino family was the house of Confucian and classified as Meika which was a civilian class who could be also appointed chunagon. Yorisuke made a career as he served Konoe family, which was counted as one of the five regent houses(sekke). Kadenokoji family was established when Tsunemitsu, Yorisuke s son, succeeded to his father s career and family business; therefore, Kanenaka, Tsunemitsu s son, took pride in his family tradition handed down from generation to generation. The paper also demonstrates that family(ie) was self-complete, but clan was effective at rites for ancestors. Lastly, the paper analyzes the limit of courtier society: it was not allowed for branch family to exceed family status the head family had established in 12th century.

Ⅰ. 머리말

Ⅱ. 分家 의 조건

Ⅲ. 家業 의 계승

Ⅳ. 家例 의 형성

Ⅴ. 佳例 와 譜代

Ⅵ. 맺음말

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