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How did Zhu Qizhen treat his concubine after Zhu Qiyu's death? Does Zhu Qiyu have offspring?

Today ’s interesting history editor brings you Zhu Qiyu's descendants? I hope it can help you.

In the eight years of Jingtai, Shi Heng , Zhang Ye, and others initiated the change of seizing the door, and set Zhu Qizhen to reset. After Yingzong regained his throne twice, how did he treat the family of Zhu Qiyu? In fact, the reason for the change of seizing the door The success was mainly because Zhu Qiyu was seriously ill at the time, and Zhu Qiyu had no son. These ministers were worried about their career path and chose to help Zhu Qizhen reset, so that he could fly to Huang Tengda. After Zhu Qiyu's death, his concubine was also given a death funeral, but it is said that Zhu Qiyu actually has a son. Who is he?

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Emperor Jingtai Zhu Qiyu, the most important reason why his brother Ming Yingzong Zhu Qizhen “stolen the door” succeeded, was because Zhu Qiyu had no son.

Zhu Qiyu originally had a son Zhu Jianji , but after being established as a prince by Zhu Qiyu, he died in less than a year. Soon, Zhu Qiyu became seriously ill, and it is very likely that he will soon die. In such a situation, ministers such as Shi Heng, Xu Youzhen , Cao Jixiang, etc. will only make speculative moves, release Zhu Qizhen, support him to reset, and seize Zhu Qiyu's throne.

If Zhu Qiyu's son Zhu Jianji is not dead, and if Zhu Qiyu has other sons, then Shi Heng and others will definitely not do this kind of speculation.

But speaking, Zhu Qiyu didn't actually have no son at that time, he also had a son. So, since he has a son, why should Shi Heng and others still speculate? When Zhu Qizhen came to power, how did he deal with this son?

This son of Zhu Qiyu was born to Li Qier , one of Zhu Qiyu's concubines (in general, ancient women did not have a name, the name Li Xier was supposed to be sympathetic to her later generations and added to her). However, because Li Xier entered the palace for five years, and Jingtai became pregnant in seven years, in general, if the concubine gave birth, she would give her the title. But because Li Xier hadn't given birth, Jingtai Emperor hadn't had time to give her the title.

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But at this time, Ming Yingzong had launched the "change of the door" and imprisoned Jingtai Emperor. At this time, Li Xier was about to go into production.

Since Li Xier was about to go into production, this means that Zhu Qiyu already has descendants. Although Ming Yingzong had seized the throne at that time, Zhu Qiyu was still alive and had a son, which was clearly unbearable for Zhu Qizhen.

Because this means that there are two huge threats to Zhu Qizhen. In the event that another minister wants to speculate and support Zhu Qiyu or Zhu Qiyu's son to take the throne, it is as if he had embraced him and he captured the throne of Zhu Qiyu. In that case, Zhu Qizhen would be in danger.

It was precisely this worry that led Zhu Qizhen to do two things. First, not long after, Zhu Qiyu was "dead". The history books did not say that Zhu Qiyu was killed by Zhu Qizhen, but implied that Zhu Qiyu died very strangely. Second, Li Xier was expelled from the palace by Zhu Qizhen.

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How was Li Xi'er expelled from the palace by Zhu Qizhen? The historical records are unknown, which is to say that Li Xier was actually a prostitute. When Chen Yi, the in-house official of the Clock and Drum Division, and Selenium Jin Rong of the Jiaofang Division were ordered to collect beautiful folk prostitutes for Emperor Jingtai, Li Xier was selected and brought into the palace.

Obviously this is Zhu Qizhen's black Zhu Qiyu. Zhu Qiyu has multiple tastes and wants the minister to go to the public to collect prostitutes? But anyway, Zhu Qizhen, who was interested in black Zhu Qiyu, used this as an excuse to kill Chen Yi, Le Jinrong, and expelled Li Xier from the palace.

After being expelled from the imperial palace, Zhu Qizhen settled her and her forthcoming children in the name of Zhu Wengui, a native of Fengyang.

This Jianye was the fifth son of Jianwen Emperor Zhu Yunzhang . Zhu Yunzhang was overthrown and killed, and his son would certainly be dismissed as a tartar. Settled in the name of the Jianye people, after being born, he was called "seeing the people". They are called "seeing people" because they are "seeing" generations.

After being born, the child named "Seeing a Wren" lived a life of captivity and surveillance. His mother, Li Xier, was pulled to bury her when the queen mother Wu (the mother of Zhu Qiyu's mother) died, and thus ended her miserable life.

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The seeing man was imprisoned and was granted an amnesty when he was fifty years old, so he was given the opportunity to marry a wife and have children. Although he has only lived for a few years since then, he still has children left.

These descendants who survived passed on the name "see".

In the later prosperous spectrum of seeing the surname in Yantai, the first generation called Jianzhen was recorded. The analysis of the word "Zhu Zhen" by later scholars should indicate that Zhu Qiyu is not just a son, but two sons, one called "Zhu Jianzhen" and one called "Zhu Jianzhen." Recalling that when Zhu Qizhen expelled Li Xier from the palace at the same time, he also gave Li Xier's brother Li An to Xiu Jue. There was also a man named Sun Zhen who was curated together. How could there be this person? This shows that Zhu Qiyu's concubine was pregnant at that time, and there was also a grandson, so two concubines were expelled from the palace. These two concubines gave birth to two sons.

If this analysis is correct, Zhu Qizhen had not only one son but two sons.

There are two sons. How do you say Zhu Qizhen can rest assured?

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