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THE SUBJUGATION OF NORTH-EASTERN JAPANESE TERRITORY BY THE YAMATO REGIME (AS EXEMPLIFIED IN”KUNI-NO MIYATSUKO HONKI” [“PROVINCE GOVERNOR-GENERALS REGISTER”])
Surowen Dmitry Alexandrovich, Candidate of historical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of history of state and law, Ural State Academy of Law (Yekaterinburg), email@example.com
The article analyses the ancient Japanese sources (first of all, the «Kuni-no miyatsuko honki» [«The register of governors of provinces»]) describing the conquest of the northeast area of Japan during the reign of sovereign Mimaki (Sūjin, 324-331 [the corrected chronology]), when the campaigns of “commanders of four roads” were organized. The details of these events were dropped in «Kojiki» and «Nihon-shoki» chronicles, however some information could be found in «Kujihonki ». Thus, it is possible to eliminate a blank in the official annals of ancient Japan.
Ancient Japan, Yamato, Mimaki, Sūjin, “commanders of four roads”, Koshi area, Echizen, Etchu and Echigo provinces, «Kuji-honki»
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