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Korean Journal of Medical History 2008;17(1): 23-36.
內醫院字本 硏究의 諸問題: 東醫寶鑑 硏究를 위한 先行課題
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The Review and all the Problem to Solve on the Naeuiwonjabon: A preceding study on the Dongeuibogam
Jeong Yong Ha
Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine, Korea.
ABSTRACT
Donguibogam, literally meaning "Principles and Practice of Eastern Medicine"), is an encyclopedic bible of medical knowledge and treatment techniques compiled in Korea in 1613. Despites of some important research for the Naeuiwonja, they could not identify Naeuiwonja's name & administrative organ which made the Naeuiwonja (Korean old movable wooden types), yet. And they could not clear identify the fact what is Naeuiwonja, because their survey is lacking in the investigation about a woodblock-printed book one by one. This survey mainly involves with Naeuiwonja, including Donguibogam is written by Heojun, to make clear the activities of Naeuiwon in the 17th-century. And it seems to offer a very important clue about that problems we have to solve. As well as Donguibogam was involved in the printing process, it is expected to enhance the accuracy and reliability of the medical book that is written by Naeuiwon.
Key Words: Naeeuiwonja, Dongeuibogam, Heojun, Hunryeondogam, Movable Wooden Types, Gongshindogam, Eulhaejache
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