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鷹司輔平(17391813)
Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (1739 to 1813)
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鷹司 輔平(たかつかさ すけひら 元文42月8日 (旧暦)(17393月17日) - 文化 (元号)101月8日 (旧暦)(18132月8日))は、江戸時代中期の公家。
Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (March 17, 1739 - February 8, 1813) was a court noble who lived in the middle of the Edo period.
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藤原朝臣輔平鷹司輔平・1743
FUJIWARA no Asomi Sukehira (Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, 1743)
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1743、閑院宮直仁親王の皇子である鷹司輔平鷹司家を継承した。
In 1743, Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito) inherited the Takatsukasa Family.
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父は閑院宮直仁親王第4王子で、鷹司基輝の養子となり藤原姓鷹司家を継承した鷹司輔平
His father was Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, who was the 4th son of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito, and was later adopted by Mototeru TAKATSUKASA and took over the Takatsukasa family of Fujiwara cognomen.
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天明7(1787鷹司輔平の女昌子と結婚する。
In 1787, he married Masako TAKATSUKASA, a daughter of Sukehira TAKATSUKASA.
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第113代東山天皇の第6皇子の閑院宮直仁親王の第4王子で鷹司家を相続した鷹司輔平
Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, the 4th Prince of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito (the 6th Prince of the 113rd Emperor Higashiyama), is the successor of the Takatsukasa family.
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鷹司輔平
Sukehira TAKATSUKASA
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鷹司輔平鷹司政煕-鷹司政通-鷹司輔煕と継承され、輔煕の跡を九条家九条尚忠の子(鷹司煕道)が継ぎ、男系は途絶えた。
Although the Takatsukasa family was succeeded to the following members; Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, Masahiro TAKATSUKASA, Masamichi TAKATSUKASA, and Sukehiro TAKATSUKASA, the male linage became extinct when Terumichi TAKATSUKASA (the son of Hisatada KUJO of the Kujo family) succeeded the Takatsukasa family from Sukehiro.
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これにより鷹司家は断絶の危機を迎えたが、養子に閑院宮直仁親王第四皇子の淳宮(鷹司輔平)を迎え、危機を免れた。
For preventing the extinction, the Takatsukasa family adopted Atsunomiya, the fourth Prince of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito; Atsunomiya called himself Sukehira TAKATSUKASA and inherited the Takatsukasa family.
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母は関白鷹司輔平(閑院宮直仁親王王子)の娘。
His mother was the daughter of senior regent Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito).
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室は関白鷹司輔平(閑院宮直仁親王王子)の娘。
His wife was a daughter of Kanpaku (a chief adviser to the Emperor), Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (the Prince of the Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito).
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父は鷹司輔平、母は家女房の山形氏、養父は徳大寺公迪。
His father was Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, his mother was Ie no Nyobo (a lady-in-waiting) from the Yamagata clan and his foster father was Kinmichi TOKUDAIJI.
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当主鷹司基輝(権大納言12歳→内大臣17歳で死去)⇒寛保3輔平(閑院宮家より相続・無位無官8歳(2後元服))
Family head, Mototeru TAKATSUKASA (became Gon Dainagon at twelve years old and died when he was Naidaijin at seventeen years old); succeded by Sukehira TAKATSUKASA in 1743 (from the Kaninnomiya family and at eight years old (he had his coming of age ceremony two years later) was without any rank or position
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そのため、天皇の叔父でもある関白鷹司輔平も厳罰を覚悟して同様の申し入れを行った。
Therefore, Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, who was the Emperor's uncle serving as Kanpaku (chief advisor to the Emperor), made a similar request, expecting to be severely punished.
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この事態を憂慮したのは前関白で典仁親王の実弟(天皇からみて叔父)でもある鷹司輔平であった。
A person who was concerned with this state of affairs was the ex-chief adviser to the Emperor, and the real younger brother of the Imperial Prince Sukehito, Sukehira TAKATSUKASA.
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なお、二条宗基は九条稙基の弟、鷹司基輝は一条兼香の子、同輔平は一旦一条兼香の養子となり、兄・基輝の相続という名目で鷹司家に入る。
In addition, Munemoto NIJO was Tanemoto KUJO's brother, Mototeru TAKATSUKASA was Kaneyoshi ICHIJO's son, and Sukehira TAKATSUKASA was at one time adopted by Kaneyoshi ICHIJO but entered the Takatsukasa family to succeed his brother, Mototeru TAKATSUKASA.
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すなわち近衛信尋以降の近衛家、一条昭良以降の一条家、鷹司輔平以降の鷹司家の3家であり、これらの分家の内男子血統で続いているものや、これらの家から養子を迎えた後男系で続いている家も含め、今日では皇別摂家と呼ばれている。
Specifically the three families including the Konoe family after the adoption of Nobuhiro KONOE, the Ichijo family after Akiyoshi ICHIJO, and the Takatsukasa family after Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, their branch families that shares agnate blood lines and the families that adopted sons from these families are called Kobetsu Sekke (line of regents and advisers) today.
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(男系系図:東山天皇━閑院宮直仁親王━鷹司輔平鷹司政煕━鷹司政通━徳大寺公純━住友友純)
(Family line according to male line: Higashiyama Emperor - Kanin-no-miya Imperial Prince Naohito - Sukehira TAKATSUKASA - Masahiro TAKATSUKASA - Masamichi TAKATSUKASA - Kinito TOKUDAIJI - Tomoito SUMITOMO)
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弟に鷹司政通、姉妹に仁孝天皇皇后の新皇嘉門院(鷹司繁子)、同じく女御の新朔平門院(鷹司祺子)、将軍徳川家定正室の鷹司任子、閑院宮孝仁親王妃の鷹司吉子、伏見宮邦家親王妃の鷹司景子がいる。
Masamichi TAKATSUKASA was her younger brother, and her sisters were as follows: a wife of Emperor Ninko (Empress), Shinko (posthumous title that means a new emperor) Kamonin (Tsunako TAKATSUKASA); nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court [a consort of an emperor]) Shinsakuheimonin; the lawful wife of Shogun Iesada TOKUGAWA, Ninshi TAKATSUKASA; a wife of Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Tatsuhito, Princess Yoshiko TAKATSUKASA; a wife of Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Kuniie, Princess Hiroko TAKATSUKASA.
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