Konoe Iezane (近衛 家実, Konoe Iezane?) (né en 1179, mort le 19 janvier 1243), fils de Konoe Motomichi, est un noble de cour japonais (kugyō) du début de l'époque de Kamakura. Parmi ses fils, on compte Takatsukasa Kanehira, Konoe Iemichi (近衛家通, Konoe Iemichi?, 1204-1224) et Konoe Kanetsune.

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  • Konoe Iezane (近衛 家実, Konoe Iezane?) (né en 1179, mort le 19 janvier 1243), fils de Konoe Motomichi, est un noble de cour japonais (kugyō) du début de l'époque de Kamakura. Parmi ses fils, on compte Takatsukasa Kanehira, Konoe Iemichi (近衛家通, Konoe Iemichi?, 1204-1224) et Konoe Kanetsune.
  • Konoe Iezane (近衛 家実, 1179 – January 19, 1243), son of Motomichi, was a court noble (Kugyō) of the early Kamakura period. His sons include: Takatsukasa Kanehira, Konoe Iemichi (近衛家通, 1204-1224) and Konoe Kanetsune.In 1206 when Kujō Yoshitune died, he became the head of the Fujiwara family and Sesshō. The same year he was appointed Kampaku. In the Jōkyū War (1221) he opposed to Emperor Go-Toba, costing him the post. After the war he was reappointed Sesshō. 1206 (Ken'ei 1, 3rd month): Iezane becomes regent for the emperor. 1206 (Ken'ei 1, 12th month): Iezane ceases to function as sesshō; and instead, he becomes kampaku (chancellor). 1221 (Jōkyū 3, 4th month): Iezane loses his position as kampaku; and Kujō Michiie takes on the role of regent. 1221 (Jōkyū 3, 7th month): The sesshō Michiie is replaced by Iezane. 1221 (Jōkyū 3): In the winter of this year, Iezane is named Daijō Daijin. 1223 (Jōō 2, 10th month): Iezane ceases to be sesshō; and his title is changed to kampaku. 1227 (Antei 1, 2nd month): Emperor Go-Horikawa raised Fujiwara no Nagako, the daughter of Konoe Iezane, to the rank of Chūgū (empress consort). She was somewhat older than the emperor, but he loved her madly.In 1241 he retired and became a priest. He died the following year.
  • 近衞 家実(このえ いえざね)は、鎌倉時代前期の公卿。関白近衛基通の一男で、母は坊城顕信の女・顕子。子には兼経・鷹司兼平などがいる。晩年六条猪隈小路に猪隈殿を構えたことに因み、猪隈(猪熊)関白と呼ばれた。
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  • Konoe Iezane (近衛 家実, Konoe Iezane?) (né en 1179, mort le 19 janvier 1243), fils de Konoe Motomichi, est un noble de cour japonais (kugyō) du début de l'époque de Kamakura. Parmi ses fils, on compte Takatsukasa Kanehira, Konoe Iemichi (近衛家通, Konoe Iemichi?, 1204-1224) et Konoe Kanetsune.
  • 近衞 家実(このえ いえざね)は、鎌倉時代前期の公卿。関白近衛基通の一男で、母は坊城顕信の女・顕子。子には兼経・鷹司兼平などがいる。晩年六条猪隈小路に猪隈殿を構えたことに因み、猪隈(猪熊)関白と呼ばれた。
  • Konoe Iezane (近衛 家実, 1179 – January 19, 1243), son of Motomichi, was a court noble (Kugyō) of the early Kamakura period. His sons include: Takatsukasa Kanehira, Konoe Iemichi (近衛家通, 1204-1224) and Konoe Kanetsune.In 1206 when Kujō Yoshitune died, he became the head of the Fujiwara family and Sesshō. The same year he was appointed Kampaku. In the Jōkyū War (1221) he opposed to Emperor Go-Toba, costing him the post. After the war he was reappointed Sesshō.
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