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KCI등재 학술저널

몽골의 인장에 나타난 알항헤(망치문양)디자인의 상징성

한국의 뇌(雷)문양과의 비교를 중심으로

In this paper, it compared the symbolism of the Mongolia’s Alkhan khee(hammer pattern) and Korea’s lightning pattern representatively and commonly appeared in geometric patterns of Mongolia and Korea, in the historical and folkloristic consideration. Mongolia’s hammer pattern originates from the hammer seal. Its forms and types are dozens of them, they appeared in earthen vessels, bronze wares, rock painting, deerstone, Mongolian stone statues, etc, from the prehistoric age. It is a northern original cultural form of cultural symbol that had been used constantly from the ancient as a concise form that is connecting to posterity in the form of seal. That is, it reflects the national sentiment, and religious ceremonies, as a lucky pattern representing plenty of life, the eternal strength, happiness of life, power, courage, and longevity for centuries. In addition, it is formalized in unique geometric decorative patterns of the most commonly used in Mongolia, involving the deep symbolical meaning. lightning pattern of Korea is a leading pattern in geometric patterns. From the prehistoric age, lightning pattern had been used as earthen vessels, bronze wares, the Buddhist ceremonial instruments, representing the authority of the palace decorations, and household goods. And lightning pattern is a lucky pattern involving symbolism as eternal power and happiness of neither the beginning nor the end, harmony and fusion, power and strength, prosperity, and longevity. Therefore, in the historical and folkloristic consideration we find that the pattern of Mongolia’s hammer pattern and Korea’s lightning pattern is the same in the form, cultural circles and symbolism, and they involves the transcendent symbolism of immortality which is the core idea of northern Shamanism.

Ⅰ. 머리말

Ⅱ. 몽골 인장 출현의 역사적 배경

1. 인장의 기원

2. 인장의 종류

Ⅲ. 몽골 인장에 표현된 알항-헤(망치문양)와 한국 뇌(雷) 문양의 상징성 비교

1. 몽골 형상의 상징

2. 몽골의 인장에 표현된 망치문양의 기원

3. 몽골의 망치문양과 한국 뇌문양의 상징성

Ⅳ. 맺는말

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