Erinevus lehekülje "Miyamoto Musashi" redaktsioonide vahel

Eemaldatud 3528 baiti ,  3 aasta eest
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"Go Rin no Sho" järgi oli Musashi täisnimi ja tiitel '''Shinmen Musashi-no-Kami Fujiwara no Harunobu''' (新免武蔵守藤原玄信).
 
==Timeline==
The following timeline follows, in chronological order (of which is based on the most accurate and most widely accepted information), the life of Miyamoto Musashi.{{Citation needed|date=July 2007}}
 
{| class="wikitable"
|- style="background:#efefef;"
! Date
! Age
! Occurrence
|-
| 1578
|−6
 
| Musashi's brother, Shirota, is born.
|-
| 1584
| 0
| Miyamoto Musashi is born.
|-
| 1591
| 7
| Musashi is taken and raised by his uncle as a [[Buddhist]].
|-
| 1596
| 13
| Musashi duels with Arima Kihei in Hirafuku, [[Hyōgo Prefecture]].
|-
| 1599
| 15
| Duels with a man named [[Akiyama (swordsman)|Akiyama]] in the northern part of [[Hyōgo Prefecture]].
|-
| 1600
| 16
| Believed to have fought in the [[Battle of Sekigahara]] as part of the western army. Whether he actually participated in the battle is currently in doubt.
|-
| 1604
| 20
| Musashi has three matches with the Yoshioka clan in [[Kyoto]]. (1) Match with Yoshioka Seijuro in [[Yamashiro Province]], outside the city at Rendai Moor (west of Mt. Funaoka, [[Kita-ku, Kyoto]]). (2) Match with Yoshioka Denshichiro outside the city. (3) Match with Yoshioka Matashichiro outside the city at the pine of [[Ichijō-ji]].
|-
| 1604
| 20
| Visits [[Kōfuku-ji]], [[Nara, Nara|Nara]] and ends up dueling with the Buddhist priest trained in the style of [[Hōzōin-ryū]].
|-
| 1605–1612
| 21–28
| Begins to travel again.
|-
| 1607
| 23
| Munisai (Musashi's father) passes his teachings onto Musashi.
|-
| 1607
| 23
| Duels with the [[kusarigama]] expert [[Shishido Baiken]] in the western part of [[Mie Prefecture]].
|-
| 1608
| 24
| Duels [[Musō Gonnosuke]], master of the five-foot staff in [[Edo]].
|-
| 1610
| 26
| Fights Hayashi Osedo and Tsujikaze Tenma in [[Edo]].
|-
| 1611
| 27
| Begins practicing [[zazen]] [[meditation]].
|-
| 1612
| 28
| Duel with [[Sasaki Kojirō]] takes place on Ganryujima (Ganryu or Funa Island) off the coast of [[Shimonoseki]] in which Kojiro is defeated.
|-
|
|
| Briefly opens a fencing school.
|-
| 1614–1615
| 30–31
| Believed to have joined the troops of [[Tokugawa Ieyasu]] in the [[Siege of Osaka|Winter and Summer campaigns]] at [[Osaka Castle]], but no significant contributions are documented.
|-
| 1615–1621
| 31–37
| Comes into the service of Ogasawara Tadanao in [[Harima Province]] as a construction supervisor.
|-
| 1621
| 37
| Duels [[Miyake Gunbei]] in [[Tatsuno, Hyōgo]].
|-
| 1622
| 38
| Sets up temporary residence at the [[castle town]] of [[Himeji, Hyōgo]].
|-
| 1623
| 39
| Travels to [[Edo]].
|-
|
|
| Adopts a second son named [[Miyamoto Iori|Iori]].
|-
| 1626
| 42
| Adopted son Mikinosuke commits [[seppuku]] following in the tradition of [[Junshi]].
|-
| 1627
| 43
| Travels again.
|-
| 1628
| 44
| Meets with [[Yagyū Hyōgonosuke]] in [[Nagoya]], [[Owari Province]].
|-
| 1630
| 46
| Enters the service of Lord [[Hosokawa Tadatoshi]].
|-
| 1633
| 49
| Begins to extensively practice the arts.
|-
| 1634
| 50
| Settles in [[Kokura]], [[Fukuoka Prefecture]] for a short time with son Iori as a guest of [[Ogasawara Tadazane]].
|-
| 1637
| 53
| Serves a major role in the [[Shimabara Rebellion]] and is the only documented evidence that Musashi served in battle. Was knocked off his horse by a rock thrown by one of the peasants.
|-
| 1641
| 57
| Kirjutab ''"Hyoho Sanju-go"''.
|-
| 1642
| 58
| Suffers severe attacks from [[neuralgia]].
|-
| 1643
| 59
| Rändab [[Reigandō]]sse, elades seal [[eremiit|eremiidina]].
|-
| 1645
| 61
| Lõpetab ''"[[Go Rin No Sho]]"''. Sureb.
|}
 
 
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