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A Study on the Plane Type of House in Unified Silla Period - Focused on the Capital Remains of Silla in Gyeongju -
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A Study on the Plane Type of House in Unified Silla Period - Focused on the Capital Remains of Silla in Gyeongju -
Lee, Jeong-Mee;
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 Abstract
In this study, the plane type of main building relics of unified Silla period house site which excavated in Gyeongju city after 1990s was classified and the architectural characteristic of them was investigated. The chronology of building relics in Silla capital city site was mostly known as 8-9th century, and by standard of column arrangement, the plane types of them could be classified as grid type, front veranda-grid type, outer column type. The outstanding characteristic of plane is wide span and open front veranda. In most relics the span were over 4 meters, and inner foundations for small post and strip foundation were found between columns. The front veranda added type buildings were composited of enclosed main room and open front veranda, and column arrangement of them dose not fall into line in most case. Thus it thought that the structures of enclosed main room and open front veranda were independent. The interior space of enclosed main room were divided two rooms by partition wall in some case. In this case, one room is enclosed by wall, and the other room has open front side. This plane is considered for the pleasant life in cold winter and hot summer.
 Keywords
Silla's capital remains;Bang;Unified Silla;House;Plane Type;
 Language
Korean
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 References
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