1694: Myōan-ji Founder Engetsu Ryōgen's 23 Rules
for Komusō Disciples - and the Concept of 'Honkyoku'
本則弟子江申渡定 - Honsoku deshi e mōshi-watashi sadame
"Announcement of Regulations for Disciples of Fundamental Principles"
Dated Genroku 7, 5th month, 23rd day - June 5th, 1694 (a Western "Saturday") - source Zöllner/Tsuchihashi
Possibly authored by Engetsu Ryōgen who, allegedly, died in 1695, acc. to the traditional Myōan Temple Records.
Reprinted in Nakatsuka. 1979, pp. 166-169.
Do note that, composed and issued by the Kyōto Myōan-ji, this document does not mention any "Fuke Sect",
Fuke-shū, 普化宗, at all.
You may also study Gunnar Jinmei Linder's commentary on this text in his 2012 PhD thesis on pages 125-126.
Source: Reprinted with introduction and comments in Nakatsuka 1979, pp. 166-169.
Engetsu's Honsoku deshi ... document as reprinted and commented upon in Nakatsuka 1979, 166-169.
Comments and interpretations to be added soon ...