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Ryūzōji Tanehide (1524–1548) was a retainer of the Japanese Shōni clan during the Sengoku Period of the 16th century. Tanehide was the son of Ryūzōji Tanehisa and the reputed 18th lord of the Ryūzōji clan. When the latter counterattacked the Baba clan following the year of 1545, Tanehide lent his support to Ryūzōji Iekane. Following the year of 1548 Tanehide died of consumption.
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