The Chrysanthemum Throne: A History of the Emperors of Japan
Martin surveys the history, and the politica l and religious status, of the monarchy of Japan from its my thological origins to our own times, including individuals w ho have occupied the throne as Emperor or Empress Regnant. '
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The Monarchy Deconstructed
The Traditional List of Emperors and Empresses Regnant
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