Fujiwara no Saneyori (, also known as 藤原実頼, 900–970) Onomiya-dono, was a Japanese statesman, courtier and politician during the Heian period. [1 ]
He was a minister during the reigns of
Emperor Reizei and Emperor En'yu. [1 ]
944 ( ): Saneyori was elevated to the position of Tengyō 7, 4th month in the Imperial court hierarchy. udaijin [2 ]
947 ( 1, 4th month Tenryaku ): Saneyori is promoted to the positions of sadaijin and grand general of the left. [3 ]
949 ( Tenryaku 3, 1st month ): Saneyori and his brother Morosuke shared the duties of daijo daijin during a period of Fujiwara no Tadahira's ill-health. [3 ]
958 ( 2, 3rd month Tentoku ): Saneyori was granted special permission to travel in a wheeled vehicle. [4 ]
963 ( 3, 2nd month Ōwa ): Saneyori presided at the coming of age ceremonies for Norihira-shinnō (憲平親王) who would later become Emperor Reizei. [5 ]
968 ( ): Saneyori began serving as Kōhō 5, 6th month kampaku when Emperor Reizei assumed the throne in 968. [5 ]
970 ( ): Saneyori died at age 70; and he was posthumously elevated to the first class in rank. Tenroku 1, 5th month [6 ]
After his death, Saneyori's nephew Koretada assumed his duties when he was named
(regent) after his death. sesshō [7 ]
Genealogy [ edit ]
This member of the
Fujiwara clan was the son of Fujiwara no Tadahira. Saneyori was the eldest son. [1 ] He had two brothers: [2 ] Morosuke and Morotada. [8 ]
^ a b c Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Fujiwara no Saneyori" in , p. 208, at Japan Encyclopedia , p. 208 Google Books; Brinkley, Frank et al. (1915). , p. 203, at A History of the Japanese People from the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era, pp. 203, 259. Google Books
^ a b Titsingh, Isaac. (1834). , p. 138, at Annales des empereurs du japon, p. 138 Google Books; see "Fousiwara-no Sane yori", pre- Hepburn romanization
^ a b Titsingh, , p. 139, at p. 139 Google Books.
^ Titsingh, , p. 140, at p. 140 Google Books.
^ a b Titsingh, , p. 141, at p. 141 Google Books.
^ Titsingh, , p. 144, at p. 144 Google Books.
^ Brinkley, , p. 259, at p. 259 Google Books; Titsingh, , p. 144, at p. 144. Google Books
^ Brinkley, , p. 257, at p. 257 Google Books.
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