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KCI등재 학술저널

가야시대 여인의 머리 형태연구 삼국시대 여인의 머리 형태를 중심으로

A Study on the Hairstyles of Women in the Gaya Kingdom Period: Focusing on the Hairstyles of Women in the Three Kingdoms Period

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Gaya is one of the most iconic local cultures of Gyeongnam Province, Korea. Despite its significance in the history of the Three Kingdoms, the history of Gaya has long been marginalized and neglected due to mainstream historical focus on Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla, absolute lack of literature, and massive loss of historical and cultural assets due to frequent invasions of neighboring countries such as Japan. The hairstyles in different periods are a cultural property and creative outcome that reflects the concerned period. The culture reflects the lifestyle of the time and is often the outcome that comes in a subjective and creative form. Precedent studies in Gyeongnam have mostly focused on accessories and clothing as part of cultural products and hardly on the hairstyles of women in Gaya Kingdom period despite its keen interest in Gaya culture and its traditional superiority as well as its multi-faceted efforts to promote and develop the Gaya’s culture globally. Against this backdrop, this study aims to analyze the literature and murals of the Three Kingdoms Period, the standard portrait of Heo, Gaya’s Empress, based on which the hairstyles of Gaya’s women belonging to the aristocrat class will be estimated to complete the work together with the production process. This will serve as a theoretical support and a step toward demonstrating the hairstyle of Gaya’s aristocrat woman, which has been relatively ignored and neglected. This study aims to replicate the hairstyle of Gaya’s aristocrat women based on the relics and murals of the Three Kingdoms Period, and the relics and standard portraits of Gaya Kingdom.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 이론적 배경

Ⅲ. 내용 및 방법

Ⅳ. 결과 및 고찰

Ⅴ. 결론

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