Talk:Emperor Go-Yōzei

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Transliteration[edit]

Can you figure out how to convert these 1834 transliterations into a place names with a more conventional spelling?
Ooperhoofd 16:41, 11 June 2007 (UTC)

Needing source citation[edit]

The following appeared in the article without a reference citation to validate its accuracy; and the sentence has been moved here pending further clarification. --Ooperhoofd 16:12, 30 August 2007 (UTC)

  • "Go-Yōzei's personal name was originally Kazuhito (和仁), but was later changed to Katahito (周仁)."

Links with possible use in expanding this article[edit]

1. It seems more than likely that Go-Yozei did have a younger brother.

2. In 1598, Go-Yozei declares that Hideyoshi is to be posthmously deified as Shinto kami?

3. Could this have been the first printing press in Japan?

4. Evolution of swordsmanship

5. Kodai-ji, World Heritage Site -- temple in Kyoto founded 1605.

These plausible leads seem worth pursuing? --Ooperhoofd 16:56, 30 August 2007 (UTC)
    • ^ Titsingh, p. 409. [1834 transliteration; conventional spelling unknown]
    • ^ Titsingh, p. 409. [1834 transliteration; conventional spelling unknown]
    • ^ Titsingh, p. 409