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Fujiwara no NobuyoriFujiwara no Nobuyori
Period: Heian Period Occupation: – Family: Fujiwara no Tadakata (father) Birth: 1133AD Death: 1159AD Fujiwara no Nobuyori Fujiwara no Nobuyori (藤原 信頼) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan living from 1133-1159. He was the son of Fujiwara no Tadakata. During his lifetime he sided with the Minamoto Clan during[...]
Fujiwara no MoronagaFujiwara no Moronaga
Period: Heian Period / Kamakura Period Occupation: Dajō daijin Family: Fujiwara no Yorinaga (father) Fujiwara no Masako (sister) Fujiwara no Kanenaga (brother) Birth: 1138AD Death: 1192AD Fujiwara no Moronaga Fujiwara no Moronaga (藤原 師長) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan, more specifically the Hokke Branch of the clan, living from 1138-1192AD.[...]
Fujiwara no YorinagaFujiwara no Yorinaga
Period: Heian Period Occupation: Family: Fujiwara no Tadazane (father) Fujiwara no Moronaga (son) Fujiwara no Kanenaga (son) Fujiwara no Masuko (adopted daughter) Birth: 1120AD Death: 1156AD Fujiwara no Yorinaga Fujiwara no Yorinaga (藤原 頼長) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan, more specifically the Hokke Branch of the clan, living from[...]
Minamoto no YorimasaMinamoto no Yorimasa
Period: Heian Period Occupation: Warrior / Poet / Monk Family: – Birth: 1104AD Death: 1180AD Minamoto no Yorimasa Minamoto no Yorimasa (源 頼政 was a poet and warrior living from 1104-80.12 As a buddhist monk he went by the name of Gensan-in Nyūdo2, but also was known as Genzanmi[...]