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英賀城跡の土塁。(姫路市飾磨区英賀宮町)
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英賀城跡の土塁。播磨侵攻にかかった織田軍の勢いを食い止めるため、英賀の港に上陸した毛利方の軍勢五千に対した官兵衛が率いる手勢は五百。官兵衛の指示により地元の非戦闘員に太鼓やのぼりを持たせて織田方の援軍と思わせ、毛利軍に籠城する英賀城の支援を断念させた。

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