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Patterns of the Uiwongun(義原君) family were arranged in both regular and irregular ways, but the most frequent method was allover arrangement in the irregular arrangement. The types of textile patterns were plant patterns, animal patterns, lucky image patterns and natural image patterns, of which the patterns of lucky images and plants were most frequent. As for the formative characteristics of patterns, the most frequently employed pattern was lotus, which is found much in the remains of Uiwongun(義原君) and Andong-gweon-ssi(安東權氏). Yeonhwamanchomun(蓮花萬草紋) was designed in the Bosangwha(寶相華) style, which had lotus as the main pattern and was strongly formative, so gave a luxurious impression. That many lotus patterns were founded was thought because lotus had symbolized eternal life in Buddhism. A cloud pattern was mainly used with a dress for ornaments of man. It was noticeable that two items of dragon-in-cloud patterns combined with dragon patterns, which are usually found in Chinese court textiles, were found. Lucky image patterns took a relatively large part of patterns found, and two kinds of textile with gilded lucky characters were found in Andong-gweon-ssi's(安東權氏) dress. There were unique lucky patterns such as Palgilsang-mun(雜寶紋) and Jabbo-mun(定陵) that had been used as incantations, which were also found in textile unearthed from Jeongreung(;if:,t) Royal Tomb. It is believed that. considering the unique patterns, the textile of the Uiwongun(議員君) family must have been high quality one imported from China rather than ordinary one available to common people and the family as a royal one could indulge in such luxurious clothing.