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ⓘ Jōgen, Heian period. Jōgen was a Japanese era after Tenen and before Tengen. This period started in July 976 and ended in November 978. The reigning emperor was ..




Jōgen (Heian period)
                                     

ⓘ Jōgen (Heian period)

Jōgen was a Japanese era after Tenen and before Tengen. This period started in July 976 and ended in November 978. The reigning emperor was Enyu -tennō.

                                     

1. Events of the Jōgen era

  • 11 June 976 Jōgen 1, 11th day of the 5th month: The Imperial Palace was destroyed by a great fire.
  • 20 December 977 Jōgen 2, 8th day of the 11th month: Fujiwara no Kanemichi dies at the age of 51.
                                     
  • Jōgen may refer to: Jōgen Heian period 貞元 Japanese era from 976 to 978 Jōgen Kamakura period 承元 Japanese era from 1207 to 1211
  • Jōgen 2, 6th month Tsuchimikado went to the Kumano Sanzan Shrine. 1210 Jōgen 4, 5th month The emperor returned to the Kumano Shrine. 1210 Jōgen
  • was a Japanese era 年号, , nengō, , lit. year name after Jōgen and before Eikan. This period started in November 978 and ended in April 983. The reigning
  • Munetada was given the office of Minister of the Center nadaijin Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Tenshō in Japan Encyclopedia, p.
  • activities were praying at Tōdai - ji and praying at the temples on Mount Hiei. Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Kōji in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 545
  • udaijin 1101 Kōwa 3, 2nd month Fujiwara no Morozane died at age 60. Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Kowa in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 566
  • Japanese era 年号, , nengō, , lit. year name after Tenroku and before Jōgen This period started in December 973 and ended in July 976. The reigning emperor
  • Heian period Kashō 嘉承 also romanized as Kajō, was a Japanese era name 年号, , nengō, , lit. year name after Chōji and before Tennin. This period
  • the Nihon kōki. Coins minted from 835 to 847 were known as Jōwa - shōhō. Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Jōwa in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 434
  • The 11th reconstruction of the Kasuga Shrine in Nara was finished. Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Eishō in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 172
  • late Heian period Kashō 嘉祥 was a Japanese era name 年号, , nengō, , lit. year name also known as Kajō, after Jōwa and before Ninju. This period started
  • 24th day of the 8th month Battle of Funaokayama. Muromachi period Eishō Heian period Nussbaum, Louis - Frederic. 2005 Eishō in Japan encyclopedia