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愚管抄: A Translation and Study of the Gukanshō, an Interpretative History of Japan Written in 1219Jien, Delmer Myers Brown, Ichirō Ishida University of California Press, Jan 1, 1979 - Civilization, Medieval - 479 pages 0 Reviews Preview this book »
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Table of Contents
References Index 461 Copyright
12th month 13th day 1st month 2nd month 3rd month 7th month abdicated affairs ancestral Kami appointed Crown Prince appointed Tendai Abbot became brother Buddha Buddhist Buddhist Law Buddhist priesthood capital Chapter Chinese daughter death deterioration died Emperor Go-Shirakawa Emperor Go-Toba Emperor Konoe Emperor Reizei Emperor Shirakawa Emperor Sutoku Emperor Toba Emperor Yozei Empress entered the Buddhist enthroned era name Final Age Final Law FUJIWARA clan Go-Sanjo Gukansho Hachiman Hiei High Priest Ichijo Imperial Bodyguards Imperial Chieftain Imperial mother Imperial Palace Imperial sons Japan Jien Jien's Kamakura Kami Kaneie Kanezane's Kintsune KONOE KUJO house KUJO Kanezane Left Michinaga Middle Counselor military Miya Morosuke Morozane Motomichi name was changed Nihongi NKBT peror person position Prime Minister Prince Shotoku Principles Regent or Chancellor Retired Emperor Retired Emperor Go-Toba Sanetomo Sanjo Senior Commander Senior Counselor Shogun Shrine sovereign Sun Goddess Sutoku Tadamichi Tadazane TAIRA Kiyomori Temple thought Yorimichi Yorinaga Yoritomo Yoritsune Yoshitsune