Origins Of The Samurai

Since ancient times, an emperor has ruled Japan. However, in the late 1100s, military leaders started challenging the imperial court’s power. From the 13th century, Japan assumed a dual government structure.

Religious and cultural sovereignty was left to the emperor while the military elite was responsible for economic and political leadership. This went on up until the late 18th century. Samurai refers to the Japanese…

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Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Author and Motivator

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Adidas Wilson

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Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Author and Motivator

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