Imperial Princess

Some articles on imperial princess, imperial:

Emperor Go-Toba - Genealogy - Consorts and Children
... of regent Kujō Kanezane (九条兼実) Imperial Princess Shōshi (昇子内親王) (1195–1211) – unmarried Empress as adopted mother of Emperor Juntoku (Shunkamon-in, 春華門院) Court lady Empress ...
Soga No Kitashihime - Issue
... Soga no Kitashihime gave birth to seven sons and six girls Imperial Prince Oe or Ikebe (Emperor Yomei) born 540 Imperial Princess Ihane-hime or Ihakumo, Ise Virgin had to resign her ...
Emperor Sanjō - Eras of Sanjō's Reign - Consorts and Children
972–1025), 1st daughter of Fujiwara no Naritoki (藤原済時) Imperial Prince Atsuakira (敦明親王) (994–1051), Emperor Go-Ichijō's Crown Prince later, Ko-ichijō In ...
Emperor Kōnin - Political Conflict Around His Successors
... in 770 (Hōki 1), he promoted his wife Imperial Princess Ikami to the empress and appointed her son Imperial Prince Osabe to the crown prince in the next year ... In 772 Osabe was deprived of his crown prince rank and Imperial Prince Yamabe, an issue by another woman, later Emperor Kammu was named heir ... In Hōki 4 (773), both were alleged to have murdered Imperial Princess Naniwa, a sister of Kōnin by cursing ...

Famous quotes containing the words princess and/or imperial:

    How doth the city sit solitary, that was full of people! how is she become as a widow! she that was great among the nations, and princess among the provinces, how is she become tributary!
    —Bible: Hebrew Lamentations 1:1.

    Said of Jerusalem.

    Fair tresses man’s imperial race ensnare,
    And beauty draws us with a single hair.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)