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Taika (era)

Taika was a Japanese era name. It was the first nengō and the Hakuchi was the second. This period started in August 645 and ended in February 650. During this time, the emperor was Kōtoku -tennō.

                                               

Taishō period

The Taishō period, also known as the Taishō era, was a Japanese era name after Meiji and before Shōwa. This period started on July 30, 1912 and ended on December 25, 1926. During this time, the emperor was Emperor Taishō -tennō. The nengō Taishō ...

                                               

Tenpyō-kanpō

Tenpyō-kanpō was a Japanese era name after Tenpyō and before Tenpyō-shōhō. This period was only months. It started in April and ended in July 749. The reigning emperor was Shōmu -tennō. Tenpyō-kanpō lasted only four months during the last year of ...

                                               

Tenan

Tenan was a Japanese era name after Saikō and before Jōgan. This period started in February 857 and ended in April 859. During this time, the emperors were Montoku -tennō and Seiwa -tennō.

                                               

Tenbun

Tenbun, also known as Tembun or Temmon, was a Japanese era name after Kyōroku and before Kōji. This period started in July 1532 and ended in October 1555. During this time, the emperor was Go-Nara -tennō.

                                               

Tenchō

Tenchō was a Japanese era name after Kōnin and before Jōwa. This period started in January 824 and ended in January 834. The reigning emperors were Junna -tennō and Ninmyō -tennō.

                                               

Tenei

Tenei was a Japanese era name after Tennin and before Eikyū. This period started in July 1110 and ended in July 1113. The reigning emperor was Emperor Toba -tennō.

                                               

Tenen

Tenen was a Japanese era after Tenroku and before Jōgen. This period started in December 973 and ended in July 976. The reigning emperor were Enyu -tennō.

                                               

Tengen (era)

Tengen was a Japanese era after Jōgen and before Eikan. This period started in November 978 and ended in April 983. The reigning emperor was Enyu -tennō.

                                               

Tengi

Tengi was a Japanese era after Eishō and before Kōhei. This period started in January 1053 and ended in August 1058. The reigning emperor was Go-Reizei -tennō.

                                               

Tengyō

Tengyō was a Japanese era name after Jōhei and before Tenryaku. This period spanned the years from May 938 through April 947. The reigning emperors were Suzaku -tennō and Murakami -tennō.

                                               

Tenji (era)

Tenji was a Japanese era name after Hōan and before Daiji. This period spanned the years from April 1124 through January 1126. The reigning emperor was Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Tenju

Tenju was a Japanese era name of the Southern Court during the Nanboku-chō period after Bunchū and before Kōwa. This period started in May 1375 and ended in February 1381. The Southern Court monarch in Yoshino during this time was Emperor Chōkei. ...

                                               

Tenmei

Tenmei was a Japanese era name, also known as Temmei, after Anei and before Kansei. This period started in April 1781 and ended in January 1789. During this time, the emperor was Kōkaku -tennō. The nengō Tenmei means "Heavenly Radiance". The kanj ...

                                               

Tenna

Tenna was a Japanese era name after Enpō and before Jōkyō. This period started in September 1681 and ended in February 1684. During this time, the emperor was Reigen -tennō. The nengō Tenna means "Peace of Heaven".

                                               

Tennin (era)

Tennin was a Japanese era name after Kajō and before Tenei. This period started in August 1108 ended in July 1110. The reigning emperor was Toba -tennō.

                                               

Tenō

Tenō was a Japanese era name after Hōki and before Enryaku. This period started in January 781 and ended in August 782. During this time, the emperor was Kammu -tennō.

                                               

Tenpō

Tenpō was a Japanese era name, also known as Tempō, after Bunsei and before Kōka. The period started in December 1830 and ended in December 1844. During this time, the emperor was Ninko -tennō. The nengō Tenpō means "Heavenly Protection".

                                               

Tenpyō

Tenpyō, also romanized as Tempyō, was a Japanese era name after Jinki and before Tenpyō-kanpō. This period started in August 729 and ended in April 749. The reigning emperor was Shōmu -tennō.

                                               

Tenpyō-hōji

Tenpyō-hōji was a Japanese era name after Tenpyō-shōhō and before Tenpyō-jingo. This period spanned the years from August 757 through January 765. The reigning monarchs were Junnin -tennō. and Shōtoku -tennō.

                                               

Tenpyō-jingo

Tenpyō-jingo was a Japanese era name after Tenpyō-hōji and before Jingo-keiun. This period started in January 765 and ended in August 767. The reigning monarch was Shōtoku -tennō. This was the same woman who had reigned as the former Empress Kōken.

                                               

Tenpyō-shōhō

Tenpyō-shōhō was a Japanese era name after Tenpyō-kanpō and before Tenpyō-hōji. This period started in July 749 and ended in August 757. The reigning monarchs were Kōken -tennō and Junnin -tennō. Tenpyō-shōhō means "Heavenly Peace and Victorious ...

                                               

Tenroku

Tenroku was a Japanese era after Anna and before Tenen. This period started in March 970 and ended in March 973. The reigning emperors were Reizei -tennō and Enyū -tennō.

                                               

Tenryaku

Tenryaku was a Japanese era name after Tengyō and before Tentoku. This period started in April 947 and ended in October 957. The reigning emperor was Murakami -tennō.

                                               

Tenshō (Momoyama period)

Tenshō was a Japanese era name after Genki and before Bunroku. This period started in July 1573 and ended in December 1592. During this time, the emperors were Ōgimachi -tennō and Go-Yōzei -tennō. The nengō Tenshō means "Heavenly Virtue".

                                               

Tenshō (Heian period)

Tenshō was a Japanese era name after Daiji and before Chōshō. This period started in January 1131 and ended in August 1132. The reigning emperor was Sutoku -tennō.

                                               

Tentoku

Tentoku was a Japanese era name after Tenryaku and before Ōwa. This period started in October 957 and ended in February 961. The reigning emperors was Murakami -tennō.

                                               

Tenyō

Tenyō was a Japanese era name after Kōji and before Kyūan. This period started in February 1144 and ended in July 1145. During this time, the emperor was Konoe -tennō.

                                               

Tokuji

Tokuji was a Japanese era after Kagen and before Enkyō. This period started in December 1306 and ended in October 1308. During this time, the emperor was Go-Nijō -tennō.

                                               

Wadō (era)

Wadō was a Japanese era name after Keiun and before Reiki. This period started in January 708 and ended in September 715. The reigning empress was Gemmei -tennō.

                                               

Yōrō

Yōrō was a Japanese era name after Reiki and before Jinki. This period started in November 717 and ended in February 724. The reigning empress was Genshō -tennō.

                                               

Yōwa

Yōwa was a Japanese era name after Jishō and before Juei. This period started in July 1181 and ended in May 1182. The reigning emperor was Antoku -tennō.

                                               

Lent

Lent, in the Christian tradition, is a period of about six weeks before Easter. It is a time in which Christians are supposed to be quiet and thoughtful, preparing themselves for Easter. They should pray a lot, give money to charities and give up ...

                                               

Nine Lessons and Carols

The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a form of church service used at Christmas in the Anglican Church. There are nine lessons and between each reading there is a carol sung, either by the choir on its own or by the whole congregation. The ...

                                               

Sabbath in Christianity

Sabbath in Christianity is the day of rest and service to God. The idea of the Sabbath in Christianity comes directly from the idea of the Sabbath in Judaism. In fact, the word Sabbath itself comes from the Hebrew word Shabbat. Like the Jewish Sa ...

                                               

Feng shui

Feng Shui is a Chinese system of luck. It has to do with the laws which help one improve luck. Feng Shui means "wind and water" in Chinese. Invented by the Taoists, many people implement its philosophies in their every day lives. Feng Shui has fi ...

                                               

List of Atlantic hurricanes in the 18th century

While information for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline had enough people to give information of hurricane happenings. Each season was an event in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone formation in the Atlanti ...

                                               

Pre-1600 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The pre-1600 Atlantic hurricane seasons talks about all known Atlantic tropical cyclones before to 1600. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings ...

                                               

1800–1809 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The decade of 1800s featured the 1800–1809 Atlantic hurricane seasons. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline were had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings. Each season was an ongoing ...

                                               

1810–1819 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The decade of 1810s featured the 1810–1819 Atlantic hurricane seasons. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline were had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings. Each season was an ongoing ...

                                               

1820–1829 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The decade of 1820s featured the 1820–1829 Atlantic hurricane seasons. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline were had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings. Each season was an ongoing ...

                                               

1830–1839 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The decade of 1830s featured the 1830–1839 Atlantic hurricane seasons. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline were had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings. Each season was an ongoing ...

                                               

1840–1849 Atlantic hurricane seasons

The decade of 1840s featured the 1840–1849 Atlantic hurricane seasons. While info for every storm that happened is not available, some parts of the coastline were had enough people to give info of hurricane happenings. Each season was an ongoing ...

                                               

1899 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1899 Atlantic hurricane season was during the summer and fall of 1899. Nine storms were seen during this time, five of them were hurricane and the other four were tropical storms. Hurricane Three or the Hurricane San Ciriaco was the longest l ...

                                               

1933 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1933 Atlantic hurricane season started in the Summer of 1933 and ended near the end of Fall in 1933. 1933 was the third most active Atlantic hurricane season on record. The number of storms in tied with the number in 1995. Only 2005 and 2020 ...

                                               

1963 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1963 Atlantic hurricane season started on June 1, 1963, and ended in November 30, 1963. The most famous hurricane of the season was Hurricane Flora. It was one of the most deadly. It killed 7.200 people as in Haiti and Cuba.

                                               

1964 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1964 Atlantic hurricane season was the last hurricane season to last from June 15, 1964 to November 15, 1964. A tropical storm did form before June 15, however. This season was just short of normal. All hurricanes of the 1964 Atlantic hurrica ...

                                               

1968 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1968 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 1968, and lasted until November 30, 1968. These dates are conventionally the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin. Three storms formed in June, m ...

                                               

1973 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1973 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, 1973 and ended November 30, 1973. However, there may have been up to four tropical depression before June 1. There were no famous hurricanes this year.

                                               

1974 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1974 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, 1974 and ended on November 30, 1974. This season was about average in activity 11 storms, 7 of which got named. This season was one of the deadliest on record, most deaths were caused by Hurrica ...