Highlights

Rubbed Copy of the Epitaph on the Monument in the Fifth Year of Cheonhui

  • Culture / Period

    Japanese Colonial Period

  • Materials

    Paper

  • Dimensions

    123.0x39.5cm

  • Accession Number

    Bongwan 290

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Details
This is a rubbed copy of the inscriptions on the stone pagoda at Heungguksa Temple erected by Kang Gam-chan, a renowned general of the Goryeo Dynasty. Heungguksa, which was located in Gaeseong (now in North Korea), was one of the country’s most important temples during the Goryeo Period.