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In this Japanese name, the family name is "Date".
- Turnbull, Stephen. (2012). Samurai Commanders: 1577-1638, Vol, 2, p. 52.
- "Date Terumune" at The Japan Biographical Encyclopedia & Who's Who, Issue 3 (1964), p. 121.
- Meriwether, Colyer. (1898). "Life of Date Masamune," Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Vol. XXI (1893), p. 11.
- Meriwether, p. 8.
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