조선시대 문헌에 기록된 제주도 전통식물의 통시적 연구-세종실록지리지, 신증동국여지승람, 탐라지, 남환박물, 제주계록을 중심으로-

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이창숙;여성희;정소연
Lee, Chang Shook;Yeau, Sung Hee;Chung, So Yeon

  • 투고 : 2015.11.17
  • 심사 : 2016.04.11
  • 발행 : 2016.04.30

초록

조선시대 15세기부터 19세기에 편찬된 5개의 문헌, 세종실록지리지, 신증동국여지승람, 탐라지, 남환박물, 제주계록에 실린 문헌을 해제 분석하고, 제주도에 서식하는 자원이 되는 관속식물을 조사 분석해 고전명과 현대명을 분석 정리하여 관련된 전통지식을 파악하였다. 그 결과 65과 112속 118종 13변종으로 총131분류군이 확인되어 현 제주도 자생식물의 7.3%에 해당하는 식물들이 조사되었다. 이 중 21.4%가 남방계식물이었다. 5개의 문헌 중 식물종류가 가장 많이 기록된 문헌은 남환박물로, 89분류군이 기록되었다. 고전식물명을 현대식물명의 일치여부를 분석 조사하였고, 아울러 그 중 문제가 되었던 식물들에 관해 논의하였다.

키워드

Joseon Dynasty period;Released classical literatures;Jeju Island;Useful plants;Traditional knowledge

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피인용 문헌

  1. 1. Reexamination of the Korean plant names Changpo and Sukchangpo vol.47, pp.2, 2017, doi:10.7732/kjpr.2016.29.2.225