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  • ==Origin of the Samurai Archives== ...he website were taken from notes originally researched by C.E. West during the summer of 1998 during slow periods at work while he was working for Maui Di
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  • '''Recent Updates to the Samurai Archives Japanese History Page.''' ** Added [http://samuraiarchives.podbean.com Samurai Archives Podcast] rotating image to main page.
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  • ...ight|thumb|320px|A ''suô'' costume from the [[Noh]] theater, on display at the [[Tokyo National Museum]]]] ::''For the placename, see [[Suo province]].''
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  • ...defend himself from attack, ultimately killing two of his attackers before the skirmish ended. *Andrew Rankin, ''Seppuku: A History of Samurai Suicide'', Kodansha International (2011), 123.
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  • Moriharu controlled the Goto Islands and clashed with the [[Matsura clan|Matsura]] and [[Ryuzoji clan|Ryûzôji]]. He became a Christ ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • ...father of [[Asakura Sadakage]]. He took control of the Asakura clan after the death of his father [[Asakura Toshikage|Toshikage]] in [[1481]]. ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • ...y the [[Meiji government]] to terminate samurai status, and in particular, samurai stipends. ...r one's domain, and difficult too to unite across regional boundaries with samurai who had received their stipends from a different lord.
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  • ...do castle|castle]] guards. As his own son had died previously, this marked the end of his line. *Andrew Rankin, ''Seppuku: A History of Samurai Suicide'', Kodansha International (2011), 123-124.
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  • ...army to Kagataka, who was also a commander in a [[1564]] campaign against the ikko of Kaga. ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • Noguchi was a [[Mito han]] samurai. He joined the [[Roshigumi]] with [[Serizawa Kamo]]. The reason is unknown.
    604 bytes (68 words) - 15:56, 16 July 2015
  • ...samurai class.<ref>[[Luke Roberts]], ''Mercantilism in a Japanese Domain: The Merchant Origins of Economic Nationalism in 18th-Century Tosa'', Cambridge ...class from the villagers around them, but were not retainers in service to the domain.<ref>Arne Kalland, ''Fishing Villages in Tokugawa Japan'', Universit
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  • ...]/3/21, at the Battle of Higokagami in [[Higo province]]. He was buried at the [[Nanshu Cemetery|Nanshû Cemetery]] in [[Kagoshima]]. *Plaques on-site at the Nanshû Cemetery.
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  • ...s described as the model of the [[Mikawa province|Mikawa]] samurai. He was the father of [[Torii Mototada]]. [[Category:Samurai]][[Category:Sengoku Period]]
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  • ...events, and it was nearly three years before the Court regained control of the area. *Karl Friday, ''Samurai Warfare and the State in Early Medieval Japan'', Routledge (2004), 11.
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  • ''Suneate'', or shin guards, are a part of a suit of samurai armor. ...e legs from the metal, and also to extend the protection upwards, to cover the knees.
    616 bytes (96 words) - 08:55, 19 April 2017
  • ...]/3/30, at the Battle of Matsubashi in [[Higo province]]. He was buried at the [[Nanshu Cemetery|Nanshû Cemetery]] in [[Kagoshima]]. *Plaques on-site at the Nanshû Cemetery.
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  • ...clan and served under the command of [[Saito Tomonobu|Saitô Tomonobu]]. At the [[Fourth Battle of Kawanakajima]] ([[1561]]) Akishige fought gallantly and ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • ...ess capturing an enemy commander, Itô Kaga no kami. He went on to serve in the [[Odawara Campaign]] ([[1590]]). ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • ...ave dressed so nicely that those in attendance mistook him for the lord of the clan, causing him much embarrassment. ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • ...ce]] following the death of [[Oda Nobunaga]] in [[1582]]. He was killed in the fighting at [[Battle of Nagakute|Nagakute]] fighting for [[Toyotomi Hideyos ...from ''Sengoku Biographical Dictionary'' ([http://www.samurai-archives.com Samurai-Archives.com]) FWSeal & CEWest, 2005
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  • Takaki Kanehiro was the first Japanese to hold a formal (modern) medical degree, and a prominent fi ...and later founded the Jikei University School of Medicine. He is known as the "father of vitamins" for his efforts to combat beriberi.
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