Talk:Emperor Go-Fukakusa

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2nd Fukakusa?[edit]

A plausible website explained that the posthumous name of this emperor is derived from the location of his tomb -- in the Fukakusa section of Kyoto.

But there remains an answered question: Why Go-Fukakusa? --Ooperhoofd 17:57, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

For later reference[edit]

I asked for help from Fg2:

Will you please comment or edit the "box" in the Genealogy section of Emperor Sutoku?
Also, please look at a similar "box" in the Genealogy section of Emperor Go-FukakusaPrince Hisahito of Akishino?
I wonder how better to have handled this ...? --Ooperhoofd 21:24, 16 October 2007 (UTC)

Fg2 responded:

I made a couple of small changes. It looks very informative. It anticipates a question a reader might have, and answers it succinctly. Fg2 06:50, 17 October 2007 (UTC)
  • (diff) (hist) . . Emperor Go-Fukakusa‎; 06:49 . . (-11) . . Fg2 (Talk | contribs) (→Genealogy - Removed "shinno" which means "Prince" and is thus a title rather than a name. Linked directly to article on romanization.)

By posting this here, I answer a few anticipated questions; and I invite further comment perhaps. --Ooperhoofd 20:48, 17 October 2007 (UTC)