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A Study on the Characteristics of House Arrangement of Unified Silla Period - Focused on the Capital Remains of Silla in Gyeongju -
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A Study on the Characteristics of House Arrangement of Unified Silla Period - Focused on the Capital Remains of Silla in Gyeongju -
Han, Ji-Man; Lee, Jeong-Mee;
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 Abstract
Among the unearthed House ruins in Gyeongju of the capital of Silla period, the ruins to see the overall appearance of building arrangement is the ruins of Silla capital S1E1 area, Inwangdong 412, and the Jaemaejeong. In this study, the characteristics of urban house arrangement of the Unified Silla period was analyzed that, through a review of the arrangement relationship between the gate and the individual buildings found in these ruins. The urban house of the Unified Silla period was surrounded with wall, and the way to distinguish between functional areas within it are shown differently, depending on the size of the house. In other words, the small house was divided each area by installation of inner fence, and the large house was by arranging attached buildings. Thai is, the central area is not divided by inner fence is the Characteristics that is different from the small house. And in all houses, a large courtyard is located in the front of main building. Conatruction of the courtyard determines the location and direction of the main building. And the each area has external space of courtyard in the center.
 Keywords
Spatial Composition;Small House;Large House;Wall;Courtyard;
 Language
Korean
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