Heki no Kiyotari (日置浄足)

HEKI no Kiyotari (浄足) (year of birth and death unknown) was a government official (lower or middle ranked) of Nara period. Another theory about the letters for his given name is 清足.

He worked as kyoji (a craftsman who mounts calligraphy or paintings on scroll or sliding doors). He was promoted from Daihatsuinojo (Greater Initial Rank, Upper Grade) to Shohachiinojo (Senior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade) and served as shojo (Junior Secretary) of Zushoryo (the Bureau of Drawings and Books) and so on.

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