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What was the status of the "King King" of the Qing Dynasty? What kind of person can be named "king king"?

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In the Qing Dynasty, official positions and titles were two completely different systems. For example, the Governor of Zhili , a bachelor of cabinet , and Zhixian belong to the ranks of officials. The county king, prince, baylor, duke, and count are part of the title system.

Both knighthoods of the Qing Dynasty originated very early. Especially the title system. When Nurhachi was founded, the post-Jin regime began to prepare for the establishment of the title system .

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After all, it is a fight, and if there are not enough rewards, not many people are willing to take their own possessions and invest in this high-risk cause. However, the title system at the time was very crude.

During Nurhachi, Baylor was the highest in the post-Golden title. These Baylors have great power and can even influence Nurhachi's decision. After the succession of Emperor Taiji, it was called that after the Yuan reform and establishment of the Qing Dynasty, the Qing title system had undergone major changes.

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At that time, the title system of the royal family was divided into nine ranks, and the king of the county was included. "Qing Dynasty Literature General Records" records that the title system at that time was: "First-class Heshuo Prince; Second-class Doro County King; Third-class Dorobel; Fourth-class Gushan Beizi; Fifth-class Town Guogong; Sixth-class Secondary Country Gong; Seventh-level town generals; Eighth-level auxiliary country generals; Ninth-level general Fengguo. "However, during the Huang Taiji period, this system of knighthood was also a pioneering stage.

After entering the Qing dynasty, the emperors of the Qing dynasty made a more detailed division on the original ninth rank system based on the situation at the time and the experience of absorbing the title of the monarch. During the Shunzhi reign, it was changed to tenth grade. Emperors Kangxi and Yongzheng continued to adjust and eventually established a fourteen-level royal title system.

In the Qianlong period, the generals of the town, the generals of the auxiliary state, and the generals of the Feng state were divided into three categories, that is, there were a total of 20 ranks. In this system, the county king ranks second only to the prince, ranking second, and belongs to a very high rank in the Qing Dynasty.

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Of course, such a high-ranking system is certainly not available to most people. The Qing dynasty was a dynasty founded by force, especially during the period outside the customs. Emperors of the Qing Dynasty also attached great importance to military armaments.

Therefore, the knighthood has become a way to encourage everyone to develop more military merits, and a system has been derived from it. In other words, in order to obtain a title in the Qing Dynasty, the prerequisite must be military merit. This imperceptible rule, even the emperor, cannot be changed at will.

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The county kingship is different from the general title system. The knighthood system of the Qing Dynasty, if carefully divided, can be divided into three types. One is the title system of the royal family, the other is the title system of the meritorious ministers, and the other is the title system of the vassals. The system of meritorious title is mainly for officials other than the royal family, including officials from Manchu and Mongolia.

If there are no special circumstances, their title is highest to the Duke. In the late Qing Dynasty, Zeng Guofan's military achievements were remarkable, and the Qing dynasty contributed much to the Qing Dynasty. In the end, due to various reasons, he only blocked the marquis.

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The county kingship is exclusive to the royal family title, and naturally only the royal family can be divided. Then consider the military factors, that is, only those who have military achievements can have the opportunity to become the county king.

There are two types of such people. One is the person who relies on his military merits to obtain the title of county king. The number of such people varies greatly in different periods. During the founding of the Qing Dynasty, there were more wars and more opportunities to accumulate military achievements. Coupled with the imperfect title system at that time, not only the royal family could be named, but even the Han people had the opportunity to seal the king. For example, Wu Sangui , Geng Jingzhong and Shang Kexi are the three Han princes .

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Of course, after the reunification of Jiangshan, there are still some people who have the opportunity to win the king. From the Shunzhi to Guangxu periods of the Qing Dynasty, large-scale wars actually occurred repeatedly. During the Qianlong reign, known as the Taiping era, there were many large-scale battles.

However, compared to the founding year, these opportunities are much less. In addition, in the later period, after the title system became more and more perfect, it was even more difficult to find a hole.

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During the Qianlong reign, Fu Heng had a lot of military merits. He was also very much loved by Qianlong. When he was alive, he still could not divide the county kingship, because he was not a royal family, but he was duke.

The second category is to rely on the title left by the ancestors. In the Qing Dynasty, if there was no military merit, the title system would generally decrease in succession after inheritance, and eventually fall to the title of General Fengguo, enjoying a basic treatment.

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In addition to enjoying the hereditary iron hat king. However, although the treatment of the hereditary succession of the Iron Hat King was proposed when the Qing Dynasty was founded, the actual implementation of the system did not begin until the Qianlong period.

The Kings of Doro Shuncheng and the Kings of Doroqin are among the Kings who enjoy hereditary treatment. Of course, the Qing Dynasty was an imperial society after all, and the emperor still had the final decision.

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Qianlong once made an exception to appoint Miao Xinjiang, and sealed Fukang An as the county king, and even pursued his father Fu Heng as the county king. Qianlong's merits of deciding Miao Xinjiang to seal Fu Kang'an were more or less out of selfishness and the special relationship between the two.

In summary, in the Qing Dynasty, if you wanted to be named the king of the county, you mainly considered the different historical periods, as well as your origin and military merits, as well as the opinions of the emperor.

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