en For people from Goguryeo , Anseung was under control of Silla by protecting him as King of Goguryeo and then King of Bodeok , but King Munmu put much effort into integration of the former three kingdoms by having his younger sister marry Anseung in 680 to unite the two royal families of Silla and Goguryeo .
en At the event of Daijo-sai festival ( a festival to celebrate the enthronement of an emperor ) on November 23 , 698 , ENOI no Ason Yamatomaro , a member of the branch family of the Mononobe clan put up a giant shield and OTOMO no Tauchi put up a shield and a spear with four prongs .
en However , in case of emergency such as a fire at the Imperial Palace , both military officers and civil officers fixed ei with a piece of plain wood which was made by tearing off a fan of cypress , and they called this kashiwabasami ( it is said they rolled up ei outward or they just folded the ei ) .
en In the field of foreign policy , he was a hawk , for he prohibited the sale of books written by Shihei HAYASHI about the need to protect " Ezochi " from the Russian Empire and punished Shihei , and bluntly rejected the request for trade of Adam Kirillovich Laksman , the Russian who saw Kodayu DAIKOKUYA - Kodayu had been drifted away to Russia by accident - back to Japan .
en Imperial Legitimate Child Succession Code Theory stands on the basis that since after Monmu , the Imperial Throne had been succeeded by imperial legitimate children , and that Ritsuryo ( the legal codes of the Nara and Heian Periods ) support the legitimate child succession principle .
en In the 7th century , when the Yamato kingdom came under the influence of the political system of the Chinese continent , emperors ' tumuli came to be built in a large rectangular or round shape , and from the mid-7th to early 8th centuries , in an octagonal shape ( e.g. Dannozuka Tumulus of Emperor Jomei , Gobyono Tumulus of Emperor Tenchi , Noguchino Imperial Tumulus of Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito , and Nakaoyama Tumulus of Emperor Monmu ) .
en He went into politics during the reign of Emperor Tenmu , held high positions during the reigns of Empress Jito and Emperor Monmu , and achieved to the top of Giseikan ( Legislature ) as Udaijin ( Minister of the Right ) in his later years .
en But if it had been directly imported from Tang , it would have used the name Rintoku reki , which was then in effect in Tang , so there is a theory that the calendar came from Shidara , whose calendar is thought to have been adopted by King Munmu , just before , in 674 .
en In " Shoku Nihongi ( Chronicle of Japan Continued " ) , written by the Emperor Monmu in December 697 , the Ezo who lived in Echigo Province ( later Dewa Province ) are referred to as " Kateki " ( 蝦狄 ) .
en In addition , the chronology of excavated earthware suggested that the temple 's buildings were constructed from the final years of the Emperor Jito 's reign and the early years of Emperor Monmu ( the very end of the 7th century ) .
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