後奈良天皇口宣案 (Go-Nara tennō kuzen an)

In 1546, Suekiyo’s son Michikiyo is appointed to the junior fifth lower. This puts him in the lowest echelon of the “high nobilty” and represents a rank that was higher than that of his forebears. The chamberlain, Hirohashi Kunimitsu, was the grandson of Hirohashi Morimitsu. Thus three generations of Hirohashi continued to bestow ranks and rewards on four generations of the Awazu for the events of 1470.

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Record of a Proclamation

The reign of retired emperor Gonara-in

Takakura Nagaie, acting senior counselor (gon-dainagon)

Noble-in-charge Acting middle counsellor (gon-chūnagon)

Tenmon 15, ninth month, third day Ordered:

Taira no Michikiyo

is hereby conferred Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade (jugoi-no-ge)

Hirohashi, posthumous Inner palace minister (Zōnaidaijin)

Written by Kurōdo no tō (Head Chamberlain) sachūben (middle controller of the left) as well as Acting Assistant Governor of Ōmi Fujiwara Kunimitsu

 

 

後奈良天皇口宣案

 

   (端裏書)

「口   宣案」

「後南良院御在位」

「高倉権大納言永家」 

 

 

上卿   権中納言

 

天文十五年九月三日宣旨

平通清

宜叙従五位下

 

「「広橋贈内大臣」

 

蔵人頭左中兼近江権介藤原国光奉