Date Harumune

Date Harumune

Date Harumune (伊達 晴宗?, 1519 – January 12, 1578) was a Japanese daimyo of the Sengoku period, who was the 15th head of the Date clan of Mutsu Province. Harumune was the son of Date Tanemune.



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