47 Ronin

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47 Ronin, plenius quadraginta septem ronin, illi ronin sunt, scilicet equites sine domino, post eorum dominus Asano Naganori daimyo (dominus feudalis) compulsus est facere mortem voluntariam (seppuku). Etiam gestas vel facinora ulciscentium eorum refert saeculo duodevicensimo et habetur fabula gentium exemplumque bushido disciplina viae vel moris samurai. Sicut fabula autem vulgata est in multis ludis sicut bunraku et kabuki.

Argumentum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Asano Naganori daimyo (dominus feudalis) percussit publicum Kira Yoshinaka coram Shogun. Asano compulsus est facere mortem voluntariam (seppuku). Equites sine domino post eorum dominus gestas vel facinora ulciscentium fecerunt qui vetiti sunt shogun. Equites sub Asano ulti sunt honore domini, Kiram interficiendo post consilium et opperiendis duobus annis. Facinoribus factis, damnati sunt ut seppuku facerent.

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