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Shugo-daimyo. The shugo daimyo (守護大名, shugo-daimyō?) were the first group of men to hold the title "daimyo". They arose from among the shugo during the ...

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noun, plural daimyo, daimyos. Japanese History. 1. one of the great feudal lords who were vassals of the shogun.

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Daimyo, any of the largest and most powerful landholding magnates in Japan from about the 10th century until the latter half of the 19th century.

Who Were the Daimyo of Japan? - About.com Education

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A daimyo was a feudal lord in shogunal Japan, from the 12th century to the 19th century. The daimyo were large land-owners, and vassals of the shogun.

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The daimyo were the great feudal landholders of Japan, as distinguished from the kuge, or court nobles, who surrounded the emperor in the imperial court.

Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire . Daimyo | PBS

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Prior to unification, Japan was divided into numerous domains under the rule of the daimyo, military lords with large landholdings living in castle towns.

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daimyo , the great feudal landholders of Japan, the territorial barons as distinguished from the kuge, or court nobles. Great tax-free estates

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Pre-Edo. During the end of the Heian Period and in the Kamakura Period a daimyô was a person who possessed a large myôden (名田), a type of estate, as opposed to ...

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dai·my·o or dai·mi·o (dī′mē-ō′, dīm′yō′) n. pl. daimyo or dai·my·os also daimio or dai·mi·os. A feudal lord of Japan who was a large landowner.

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