sessh

(from the article `Japan`) ...the imperial police, who ultimately developed powers to investigate crimes and determine punishments. The two most important posts developed ...
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Sessh

artist of the Muromachi period, one of the greatest masters of the Japanese art of sumi-e, or monochrome ink painting. Sessh adapted Chinese models ... [7 related articles]
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