The Yi-Dynasty published the calendars printed by means of woodblock and typeprinting for the purpose of informing its people of four seasonal changes and appropriate time for farming. The printing types were used to publish the calendars in those days varied depending upon the kinds of the calendars, but all those types are known as only one name: Kwansanggam Type. This is because there have been little studies on the different kinds of printing types. As a result, there are many cases where the libraries make erroneous notes in their catalogues. This study points up the fact that four different kinds of Kwansanggam Type were used depending upon the nature of the calendars. For classification purpose, I call these types Daetongryokja, Naeyongsamsoja, Myongsiryokja, and Chiljongryokja. What has not been revealed in this study can be further explained as the more calendars of those days are found out.
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