Fujiwara no Nakamaro
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Fujiwara no Nakamaro (藤原仲麻呂?) 706 - 21 de octubre de 764), más tarde le fue otorgado el nombre de Emi no Oshikatsu (恵美押勝?) por el Emperador Kōnin. Fue un kuge (aristócrata) y poeta durante el período Heian en Japón. Su padre fue Fujiwara no Muchimaro, fundador de la línea Nanke del clan Fujiwara. En 764 junto con el Emperador Junnin conspiró contra la emperatriz Kōken, en ese entonces ya retirada, y el monje Dōkyō durante un conflicto interno entre dos facciones del gobierno. Su rebelión falló y fue ejecutado en el Lago Biwa junto con su esposa e hijo.

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Este artículo está titulado de acuerdo a la onomástica japonesa, en que el apellido precede al nombre. Fujiwara no Nakamaro (藤原仲麻呂, Fujiwara no ...
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Fujiwara no Nakamaro (藤原 仲麻呂, 706 - October 21, 764), also known as Emi no Oshikatsu (恵美 押勝), was a Japanese aristocrat (kuge), courtier, and ...
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Background[edit source | edit]. Rise to power of Nakamaro[edit source | edit]. time in which tachibana and fujiwara families were struggling for influence at court.
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At this time the supply of horses from Ryoseikoku and Mimaki tended to stagnate , and also a chief executive , Fujiwara no Nakamaro , who had a tight grip on ...
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Fujiwara no Nakamaro In 764 he plotted with the then Emperor Junnin against retired Empress Kōken and the monk Dōkyō amid the contention between two ...
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Fujiwara no Nakamaro seiken no kisoteki kōsatsu / Kimoto Yoshinobu cho. 藤原 仲麻呂政権の基礎的考察 / 木本好信著. Main Author: Kimoto, Yoshinobu.
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Fujiwara no Nakamaro (藤原仲麻呂, Fujiwara no Nakamaro) (né en 706, mort le 21 octobre 764), plus tard appelé aussi Emi no Oshikatsu (恵美 押勝, Emi no ...
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Nagaoka:
Ellen Van Goethem, 2008
power in the later years of Shōmu's reign through the favour of his aunt, Consort- empress Kōmyō (Fujiwara no ason Asukabehime). And, after Junnin succeeded the reigning Empress Kōken in 758, Nakamaro totally dominated the court.39 ...
The Cambridge History of Japan
The Cambridge History of Japan
Donald H. Shively, John Whitney Hall, William H. McCullough, 1999
The following year the Chancellor, Fujiwara no Nakamaro, who eighteen years earlier had forced the banishment of Gembo, attempted to remove Dokyo by a coup, which soon collapsed. Nakamaro was captured and ignominiously executed ...
Miraculous Stories from the Japanese Buddhist Tradition: The ...
Miraculous Stories from the Japanese Buddhist Tradition: The ...
Kyoko Motomuchi Nakamura, 2013
Ex-Emperor Sh6h6-6jin-sh6mu, who had governed the country for twenty-five years at Nara Palace,2 called High Councilors Fujiwara no asomi Nakamaro filjiiljfiflig'l close to the throne and decreed, “It is my desire to make my daughter, ...
Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture
Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture
John Stewart Bowman, 2013
762: Allegedly using occult powers, Buddhist priest Dokyo cures Empress Koken of illness, apparently comes to share “the same pillow,” and subsequently is elevated to high status in court. 764: Fujiwara no Nakamaro attempts a coup d'e ́tat ...
A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to ...
A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to ...
F. Kikuchi Brinkley
cause of their creed, and that of the Fujiwara, who desired to see a lady of their own lineage upon the throne. KOKEN. AND. NAKAMARO. The fanaticism of the Emperor Shomu and his consort, Komyo, bore fruit during the reign of Koken.
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MUNDO JAPON: El Periodo Nara
El período Nara se data entre los años 710, cuando la capital fue trasladada a Heijō-kyō , cerca de la ciudad de Nara, y finaliza en el año 794, cuando la capital se traslada nuevamente a Heian-kyō, en lo que hoy es Kioto. En este período el estado burocrático chino alcanzó su clímax y la nueva capital fue construida a la usanza de la capital de la dinastía Tang.
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Poetry Magazine Salomón Borrasca: POETAS DE JAPON
A * Abe no Nakamaro * Akazome Emon * Anexo:Ogura Hyakunin Isshu * Anpō * Ariwara no Motokata * Ariwara no Muneyana * Ariwara no Narihira * Ariwara no Yukihira * Asukai Masatsune B * Ben no Naishi C * Chūko Sanjūrokkasen D * Daini no Sanmi * Dōmyō E * Egyō * Emperador Go-Toba * Emperador Jomei * Emperador Juntoku * Emperador Kōkō * Emperador Tenji * Emperador Yōzei F * Fujiwara no Akisue * Fujiwara no Akisuke * Fujiwara no Asatada * Fujiwara no Atsutada * Fujiwara no Atsuyori * Fujiwara no Chikako * Fujiwara no Ietaka (poeta) * Fujiwara no Kanesuke * Fujiwara no Kintō * Fujiwara no Kiyosuke * Fujiwara no Kiyotada * Fujiwara no Michimasa * Fujiwara no Michinobu * Fujiwara no Michitsuna no Haha * Fujiwara no Mototoshi * Fujiwara no Motozane * Fujiwara no Nagatō * Fujiwara no Nakafumi * Fujiwara no Nakamaro * Fujiwara no Nobuzane * Fujiwara no Sadakata * Fujiwara no Sadayori * Fujiwara no Sanekata * Fujiwara no Tadafusa * Fujiwara no Takamitsu * Fujiwara no Takatō * Fujiwara no Teika * Fujiwara no Tomoie * Fujiwara no Toshinari * Fujiwara no Toshinari no Musume * Fujiwara no Toshiyuki * Fujiwara no Yoshitaka F (cont. ) * Fun'ya no Asayasu * Fun'ya no Yasuhide G * Gishū Mon In no Tango * Go-Fukakusa In no Shōshōnaishi * Go-Toba In Kunai-kyō * Go-Toba In no Shimotsuke * Gyōi * Gyōson H * Hachijō In no Takakura * Sakutarō Hagiwara * Harumichi no Tsuraki * Henjō I * Ikkyū * Inpu Mon In no Daifu * Ise (poetisa) * Ise no Taifu * Izumi Shikibu J * Jakuren * Jien * Jōtō Mon In no Chūjō * Kishi Joō K * Kakinomoto no Hitomaro * Kamo no Chōmei * Kayō Mon In no Echizen * Ki no Tomonori * Ki no Tsurayuki * Kisen * Kiyohara no Fukayabu * Kiyohara no Motosuke * Kodai no Kimi * Koga Michiteru * Kojijū * Kōka Mon In no Bettō * Koshikibu no Naishi * Kujō Motoie * Kujō Yoshitsune M * Mibu no Tadami * Mibu no Tadamine * Minamoto no Hitoshi * Minamoto no Kanemasa * Minamoto no Kintada * Minamoto no Michinari * Minamoto no Muneyuki * Minamoto no Saneakira * Minamoto no Shigeyuki * Minamoto no Shitagō * Minamoto no Toshiyori * Minamoto no Tsunenobu N * Nakatsukasa * Natsume Sōseki * Nijō In no Sanuki * Nōin O * Ōe no Chisato * Ōe no Yoshitoki * Fujiwara no Okikaze * Ono no Komachi * Ono no Takamura * Ōtomo no Kuronushi P * Princesa Shikishi * Príncipe Kanemi * Príncipe Masanari * Príncipe Motoyoshi * Príncipe Dōjo R * Ryōkan * Ryōzen (poeta) S * Sagami (poetisa) * Saigyō * Ihara Saikaku * Saionji Kintsune * Saionji Saneuji * Sakanoue no Korenori * Sarumaru no Taifu * Seis mejores poetas de waka * Semimaru * Shikiken Mon In no Mikushige * Sei Shōnagon * Shun'e * Sōgi * Sōheki Mon In no Shōshō * Sosei * Sugawara no Sukeaki * Suō no Naishi T * Taira no Kanemori * Taira no Sadafumi * Tokudaiji Sanesada * Treinta y seis inmortales de la poesía * Treinta y seis mujeres inmortales de la poesía * Treinta y seis nuevos inmortales de la poesía * Tsuchimikado In no Kosaishō U * Ueda Akinari * Ukon (poetisa) * Uma no Naishi Y * Yamabe no Akahito * Yokoi Kinkoku * Yosano Akiko * Yūshi Naishinnō-ke no Kii Ō * Ōe no Masafusa * Ōe no Masahira * Ōnakatomi no Sukechika * Ōnakatomi no Yoritomo * Ōnakatomi no Yoshinobu * Ōshikōchi Mitsune * Ōtomo no Yakamochi.
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noritama★tokitama: Nakamaro
The Emperor of era of daibutu was "Shomu". His lineage was the emerging powerful family named "Fujiwara".
hiro4332.blogspot.com/2012/09/nakamaro.html
El Periodo Nara
El llamado Periodo Nara comienza sobre el año 710, en el momento en que la ciudad de Heijō-kyō (en las proximidades de Nara) pasó a ser la nueva capital,
sobre-japon.com/2012/11/15/el-periodo-nara/
The Doukyou affair | Journal of an amateur Japanologist
In my post about Nagaoka-kyou I mentioned the Doukyou affair - now let's see something more on the topic. Doukyou (道鏡, 700 – May 13, 772) was a Buddhist monk of the Hossou school. He was born in the Yuge family, in the lineage of the Mononobe clan (yes, the conservatives that had opposed the…
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Larry's Pretty Good LiveJournal - Kokinshu Book IX: Travel (406-421)
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TsukuBlog | Tomorrow Night (Aug.18th) Should be a Magical One on Mt Tsukuba at the Omido Temple`s Mando-Sai (大御堂万灯祭)
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En la negra espesura de repente, originally uploaded by ionushi. Para muchos turistas —fugaces o estacionados en el país— Nara es un apéndice de Kioto, al que se va un día, si hay ocasión, a ver con rápidez un par de cosas y volver con tiempo para cenar.
aurelioasiain.blogspot.com/2008/08/en-la-negra-espesura-de-repente.html
creanaugusta: Fujiwara family, Part 1
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Nara period - New World Encyclopedia
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