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Si Emperador Temmu (天武天皇, Tenmu-tennō) (c. 631 - October 1, 686) ay ang Ika-Apatnapung Emperador ng Hapon. Ito ay ayon sa nakaugaliang pagkakasunod-sunod ng pagtaas sa trono.[1]

Emperador Temmu
Ika-Apatnapung Emperador ng Hapon
Emperador Temmu
PaghahariAng Ika-dalawampu't-pitong Araw ng Ikalawang buwan ng unang panahon ni Temmu (673) - Ang Ika-siyam na Araw ng Ika-saiym na Buwan ng Syuchō 1 (Oktubre 1, 686)
PinaglibinganHinokuma-no-ōuchi no Misasagi (Nara)
SinundanEmperador Kōbun
KahaliliEmperatris Jitō
KonsortePrinsesa Uno-no-sarara (Empress Jitō)
SuplingPrinsesa Tōchi ni Prinsesa Nukata
Prinsipe Takechi ni Amako-no-iratsume
Prinsipe Kusakabe ni Emperatris Jitō
Prinsesa Oku at Prinsipe Ōtsu ni Prinsipe Ōta
Prinsipe Naga at Prinsipe Yuge ni Prinsesa Ōe
Prinsipe Toneri ni Prinsesa Niitabe
Prinsesa Tajima ni Higami-no-iratsume
Prinsipe Niitabe ni Ioe-no-iratsume
Prinsipe Osakabe, Prinsipe Shigi, Prinsesa Hatsusebe at Prinsesa Taki ni Kajihime-no-iratsume
Prinsipe Hozumi, Prinsesa Ki and Prinsesa Takata ni Ōnu-no-iratsume
Bahay MaharlikaPalasyong Asuka Kiyomihara
AmaEmperador Jomei
InaEmperatris Kōgyoku

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  1. Spelling note: A modified Hepburn romanization system for Japanese words is used throughout Western publications in a range of languages including English. Unlike the standard system, the "n" is maintained even when followed by "homorganic consonants" (e.g., shinbun, not shimbun). In the same way that Wikipedia has not yet adopted a consensus policy to address spelling variations in English (e.g., humour, not humor), variant spellings based on place of articulation are unresolved, perhaps unresolvable -- as in Emperor Temmu vs. Emperor Tenmu, which are each construed as technically correct.