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Sekigahara Kassen Byōbu (『関ヶ原合戦屏風』), Japanese screen depicting the Battle of Sekigahara (関ヶ原の戦い). This 1854 replica recreates the original Hikone-jō Bon Sekigahara Kassen Byōbu (彦根城本『関ヶ原合戦屏風』[1]) by Sadanobu Kanō (狩野貞信) from the 1620s and was a treasure of the Lord Ii of Hikone (彦根藩井伊家) thereinafter. However, it is not a faithful rendition of the original, with some noticeable omissions and design alterations throughout the layout. Collection of The Town of Sekigahara Archive of History and Cultural Anthropology (関ヶ原町歴史民俗資料館所蔵), found in a private collection of a long-term resident of Ōgaki, near Sekigahara.

Found at Though Prof. Hoffert has added his own text to the corner, the image itself was painted at least 100 years ago, probably closer to 400, and is thus not subject to copyright law.

Author User LordAmeth on en.wikipedia
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Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 12:24, 30 December 2005 [[:en:User:LordAmeth|LordAmeth]] 500×333 (58,227 bytes) <span class="comment">(Japanese screen depicting the [[:en:Battle of Sekigahara]];)</span>

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current11:38, 22 October 2009Thumbnail for version as of 11:38, 22 October 20093,816 × 1,796 (4.8 MB)Nesnad (talk | contribs)Wow, how did I miss this even bigger resolution version? The detail is amazing. Preserved here, for the future.
08:28, 22 October 2009Thumbnail for version as of 08:28, 22 October 2009955 × 450 (187 KB)Nesnad (talk | contribs)This is a bit higher resolution and the full picture with out a watermark. Public Domain.
06:30, 7 August 2006Thumbnail for version as of 06:30, 7 August 2006500 × 333 (57 KB)Shizhao (talk | contribs){{Information| |Description= == Summary == Japanese screen depicting the en:Battle of Sekigahara. Found at [
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