The Nara period (奈良時代, Nara jidai) of the history of Japan covers the years
from AD 710 to 794. Empress Genmei established the capital of Heijō-kyō ...
Nara period, (ad 710–784), in Japanese history, period in which the imperial
government was at Nara, and Sinicization and Buddhism were most highly ...
In this article, Martin Colcutt of Princeton University provides an introductory
overview to the Nara and Heian periods of Japanese history.
Jun 17, 2015 ... The Nara Period (奈良時代 Nara jidai) is the historical period beginning in 710,
the year the capital was moved from Fujiwarakyō to Heijōkyō ...
Contact with Tang Dynasty China increased during the Nara Period (710-784).
Paintings and sculpture during the period came to be modeled closely on the ...
Nara Period. 645-794. During the Nara period the power and influence of
Buddhism grew. The Japanese constructed many temples to accommodate the ...
Jun 9, 2002 ... About the Nara and Heian periods of Japan's history (710 - 1185).
Yamato Period (300-550) & Asuka Period (550-710). Nara Period (710-794) ...
May 749, Shōmu moves his residence to Yakushiji in Nara, but retains the title of
Nara Period: Read about the Nara period of the history of Japan from 710 to 794
During the Nara period, lasting from about 710 to 784 AD, new temples were
constructed in the city rather than out in the rural areas out in the plains as they