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Confucian Culture in Korea: Woodblocks for printing books

Call Number: MS Q70
Overview The two woodblocks in this collection reflect the strong tradition of Confucianism in Korea during the reign of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897). Both books are collections of Confucian writings and consist of Chinese texts rendered in Korean. Images of folio book pages printed from these woodblocks, downloaded from websites where the entire printed books can be viewed, have been printed out and are shelved with the collection.
Dates: 1867, circa 1910

Ta fang kuang fo hua yen ching [Buddhavatamsaka mahavaipulya sutra]

 Collection — Volume: 1
Call Number: MS D23
Overview This collection consists of chapter 45 of the Ta fang kuang fo hua yen ching [Buddhavatamsaka mahavaipulya sutra], written in calligraphy and probably dating from the early 17th century.
Dates: 1325 [early 17th century copy]