非対称の伽藍構成を有するシヴァ教チャンディの成立過程について A STUDY ON THE FORMATIVE PROCESS OF &IVAISTIC CANDIS WITH ASYMMETRICAL LAYOUTS FOR THE TEMPLE COMPLEXES
In view of the existing theories on the history of Central Java, this study first re-examined the completion date of the ruins constructed mainly between the basin and the plain in the southern part of the area, which are believed to be the oldest among the Sivaistic candis with asymmetrical layouts for their temple complexes. Second, the author compared the styles of architecture used between the fore-mentioned Sivaistic candis, and the Sivaistic candis whose remains are to be found in the northern mountainous areas of Central Java. As a result of this examination, it is now believed that what probably happened is that the moldings, bases and plan layouts seen in the Sivaistic candis found in the mountainous areas in the northern part went through a succession of changes and that they made their way into the region of the southern part. As a result of these changes, Sivaistic candis with features of such new styles of architecture as semi-circular cornices, plain bases and asymmetrical layouts for the temple complexes came to be in the southern part of Central Java by 732 AD at the latest.
日本建築学会計画系論文集 66(545), 287-294, 2001