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Imperatores Iaponiae

Chrysanthemum Imperatoris

Tennō, -onis m (Iaponice: 天皇) (Tenno Rex Caelestis vel Regnator Caelestis vel Regnator Divinus significat)

Ab vetere tempore tres thesauri qui sacri quae significant legitimitates succesiones solii imperatoris: Gladius (Ame no murakumo no tsurugi) et speculum(Yata no kagami) et gemma(Yasakani no magatama).

Iaponia ante Saeculum "Yamato"[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1 Jimmu imperator primus 660–582 a.C.n.
  • 2 Suizei 548–511
  • 3 Annei ?–?
  • 4 Itoku 510–476
  • 5 Kosho 475–393
  • 6 Koan 392–291
  • 7 Korei 290–215
  • 8 Kogen 214–158
  • 9 * Kaika 157–98
  • 10 Suzin 97–30
  • 11 Suinin 29–70
  • 12 Keiko 71–130
  • 13 Seimus 131–191 *
  • 14 Chuai 192–200
    • Imperatrix Jingu 209–269 (Regens)?
  • 15 Odzin (Hachiman) 270–310
  • 16 Nintokus 313–399 *

Iaponia antiquitatis[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 17 Richus 400–405 *
  • 18 Hanzei 406–410 *
  • 19 Ingio 411–453 *
  • 20 Anco 453–456 *
  • 21 Iuriacus 456–479 *
  • 22 Seinei 480–484 *
  • 23 Kenso 485–487 *
  • 24 Nincen 488–498 *
  • 25 Buretus 498–506 *
  • 26 Keitai 507–531
  • 27 Ancanus 531–536 *
  • 28 Senqua 536–539 *

Imperatores et Imperatrices certorum annorum

  • 29 Kimmei (509–571, r. 539–571)
  • 30 Bidatus (538–585, r. 572–585)
  • 31 Iomei (?–587, r. 585–587) *
  • 32 Susiunus (?–592, r. 587–592) *
  • 33 Suiko (554–628, r. 593–628) *
  • 34 Ziomei (593–641, r. 629–641)
  • 35 Cogiocus(Saimei) (594–661, r. 642–645) *
  • 36 Cotocus(Taika) (597–654, r. 645–654) *
  • 37 Saimei (594–661, r. 655–661) *
  • 38 Tendzis (626–672, r. 661–672)
  • 39 Cobun (648–672, r. 672) *
  • 40 Temmus (?–686, r. 672–686) *
  • 41 Dzito (645–703, r. 686–697) *
  • 42 Mommus (683–707, r. 697–707) *
  • 43 Gemmei (661–722, r. 707–715) *

Saeculum Naranum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 44 Gensio(Yoro) (680–748, r. 715–724) *
  • 45 Siomus (701–756, r. 724–749) *
  • 46 Cocenus (718–770, r. 749–758) *
  • 47 Ziunninus (733–765, r. 758–764) *
  • 48 Siotocus (718–770, r. 764–770) *
  • 49 Coninus (709–782, r. 770–781)

Saeculum Heianum (Pacatum)[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 50 Cammus (737–806, r. 781–806)
  • 51 Heizeius (774–824, r. 806–809) *
  • 52 Saga (786–842, r. 809–823)
  • 53 Ziunna (786–840, r. 823–833) *
  • 54 Nimmio (810–850, r. 833–850)
  • 55 Montocus (827–858, r. 850–858) *
  • 56 Seiva (850–881, r. 858–876) *
  • 57 Iozei (869–949, r. 876–884) *
  • 58 Koko (830–887, r. 884–887)
  • 59 Uda (867–931, r. 887–897)
  • 60 Daigo (885–930, r. 897–930)
  • 61 Suzacus (923–952, r. 930–946) *
  • 62 Muracamius (926–967, r. 946–967)
  • 63 Reiseius (950–1011, r. 967–969) *
  • 64 En'yu (959–991, r. 969–984)
  • 65 Kazan (968–1008, r. 984–986) *
  • 66 Itzidio (980–1011, r. 986–1011) *
  • 67 Sandio (976–1017, r. 1011–1016) *
  • 68 Itzidio II (1008–1036, r. 1016–1036) *
  • 69 Suzacus II (1009–1045, r. 1036–1045)
  • 70 Reiseius II (1025–1068, r. 1045–1068) *
  • 71 Sandio II (1034–1073, r. 1068–1073)
  • 72 Siracava (1053–1129, r. 1073–1087 and cloistered rule? 1086–1129)
  • 73 Horicava (1079–1107, r. 1087–1107)
  • 74 Toba (1103–1156, r. 1107–1123 and cloistered rul? 1129–1156)
  • 75 Sutocus (1119–1164, r. 1123–1142) *
  • 76 Konoeus (1139–1155, r. 1142–1155) *
  • 77 Sirakava II (1127–1192, r. 1155–1158 and cloistered rule? 1158–1192)
  • 78 Nidio (1143–1165, r. 1158–1165) *
  • 79 Rokujo (1164–1176, r. 1165–1168) *
  • 80 Tacacura (1161–1181, r. 1168–1180)
  • 81 Antocus (1178–1185, r. 1180–1185) *
  • 82 Toba II (1180–1239, r. 1183–1198)

Saeculum Camacuranum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 83 Tsuchimikado (1195–1231, r. 1198–1210)
  • 84 Juntoku (1197–1242, r. 1210–1221) *
  • 85 Chukyo (1218–1234, r. 1221) *
  • 86 Horikawa II (1212–1234, r. 1221–1232) *
  • 87 Sidio (1231–1242, r. 1232–1242) *
  • 88 Saga II (1220–1272, r. 1242–1246)
  • 89 Fucacusa II (1243–1304, r. 1246–1260)
  • 90 Kameiama (1249–1305, r. 1260–1274) *
  • 91 Uda II (1267–1324, r. 1274–1287) *
  • 92 Fusimius (1265–1317, r. 1287–1298)
  • 93 Fusimius II (1288–1336, r. 1298–1301)
  • 94 Nijo II (1285–1308, r. 1301–1308) *
  • 95 Hanasono (1297–1348, r. 1308–1318) *
  • 96 Daigo II (1288–1339, r. 1318–1339) *

Saeculum Muromatianum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 97 Murakamius II (1328–1368, r. 1339–1368) *
  • 98 Tzokei (1343–1394, r. 1368–1383) *
  • 99 Kameiama II (?–1424, r. 1383–1392) *

(Domus Septentrionalis)

  • Septentrionalis Asicaganus Pretender? 1: Kogon (1313–1364, r. 1331–1333)
  • Septentrionalis Asicaganus Pretender 2: Komio (1322–1380, r. 1336–1348) *
  • Septentrionalis Asicaganus Pretender 3: Suko (1334–1398, r. 1348–1351)
  • Septentrionalis Asicaganus Pretender 4: Kogon II (1338–1374, r. 1351–1371) *
  • Septentrionalis Asicaganus Pretender 5: En'yu II (1359–1393, r. 1371–1382) *
  • 100 Comatus II (1377–1433, r. 1392–1412) *
  • 101 Sioko (1401–1428, r. 1412–1428) *
  • 102 Hanasono II (1419–1471, r. 1428–1464)
  • 103 Tutimikado II (1442–1500, r. 1464–1500)
  • 104 Kasivabara II (1464–1526, r. 1500–1526)
  • 105 Nara II (1497–1557, r. 1526–1557)
  • 106 Ogimatius (1517–1593, r. 1557–1586)
  • 107 Iozei II (1572–1617, r. 1586–1611)

Saeculum Edoense val Tokugawanum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 108 Mizunoo II (1596–1680, r. 1611–1629)
  • 109 Meisio (1624–1696, r. 1629–1643) *
  • 110 Komio II (1633–1654, r. 1643–1654) *
  • 111 Saius II (1637–1685, r. 1655–1663) *
  • 112 Reigen (1654–1732, r. 1663–1687)
  • 113 Higasiama (1675–1709, r. 1687–1709)
  • 114 Nacamicado (17021737, r. 1709–1735) *
  • 115 Sacuramati (1720–1750, r. 1735–1747) *
  • 116 Momozono (17411762, r. 1747–1762) *
  • 117 Go-Sacuramati (17401813, r. 1762–1771) *
  • 118 Momosono II (1758–1779, r. 1771–1779) *
  • 119 Kokakus (1771–1840, r. 17801817)
  • 120 Ninko (18001846, r. 1817–1846)
  • 121 Komeius (18311867, r. 1846–1867)

Iaponia Praesens[recensere | fontem recensere]