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abdicated in favour Antoku appointed ascended the throne Bakufu became Buddhist capital ceremonies Chokei Chugu Court cremated Crown Prince Daigo Dainihonshi Dajo daughter death died eldest Emperor Emperor Antoku Emperor Chokei Emperor Meiji Emperor Sanjo Emperor Shomu Empress Enryaku-ji enthronement ex-Emperor exile father Fujiwara Fushimi Genchu GoDaigo GoFukakusa GoFushimi GoKameyama GoKomatsu GoMizunoo GoMurakami GoSaga GoSanjo GoShirakawa GoToba GoUda GoYozei Heizei Hime Hojo Hokucho Sovereign Imperial family Japan Jito Juntoku Kamakura Kameyama Kazuhito Kiyomori known Kogo Konoye Kotaiko Kwammu Kwampaku Kwogon Kyoto Majesty Majesty's Meiji Mikoto Minamoto Misasagi Miya Mon'in month mother Naishinno Nancho Nihonshoki Nijo Ninko Ninna-ji Nyogo palace peror poems posthumous name priest Professor Yashiro province rank reign Sadaijin Saga Senyu-ji Sessho Shikken Shin-In Shinki Shinno Shishin-den Shogun Shohei Shomu shrine sons Southern Court succeeded Sutoku Taira Takauji Temmu temple Tenji Tenno title of Dajo-Tenno Toba Tokugawa took Tsuchimikado Yamato Yoshi-ko Yoshino
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