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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29     •     Categories: 斋王

  斋院 · 贺茂斋院

斋院,(さいいん),为平安时代至鎌仓时代左右,侍奉于贺茂神社的斋王,又有贺茂斋院、贺茂斋王之称。 Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29     •     Categories: Ancient Japanese priestesses, History of religion in Japan, History of Shinto, Kyoto Prefecture

  Saiin (priestess) · Kamo Saiin · Kamo Saiō · Saiō of Kamo Shrine

Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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High Priestesses in Kamo Shrines. female relatives of the Japanese emperor Wikidata

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29     •     Categories: Kyoto, Prêtre, Princesse japonaise

  Saiin

Les saiin sont des proches parentes de l'empereur du Japon qui servent comme grandes prêtresses au Kamo-jinja. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29     •     Categories: 平安時代の女性皇族, 斎院, 神道の歴史, 鎌倉時代の女性皇族

  斎院 · さいいん · 賀茂斎王 · 賀茂斎院 · 斎院長官

斎院(さいいん)は、平安時代から鎌倉時代にかけて賀茂御祖神社(下鴨神社)と賀茂別雷神社(上賀茂神社)の両賀茂神社に奉仕した皇女で、伊勢神宮の斎宮と併せて斎王(斎皇女)という。 Wikipedia

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下鴨神社・上賀茂神社に奉仕した斎王 Wikidata

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

    •     bn:03667250n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/06/29

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 Saiin were female relatives of the Japanese emperor who served as High Priestesses in Kamo Shrine. Wikipedia

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Translations

斋院, 贺茂斋院
saiin, Kamo Saiin, Kamo Saiō, Saiō of Kamo Shrine
saiin
斎院, さいいん, 賀茂斎王, 賀茂斎院, 斎院長官, 紫野斎院, 紫野院

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