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List of Emperors of the Eastern Han Dynasty

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The Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25-220 AD) was established by Emperor Guangxiu Liu Xiu of the Han Dynasty. He overthrew the new dynasty established by Wang Mang and restored the Han Dynasty ruled by Liu. From the time when Liu Xi was named emperor in 25 AD to Cao Yu 's Han Dynasty in 220 AD, because the capital of Luoyang was to the east of Chang'an, the capital of the Western Han Dynasty, historians call this Han Dynasty as the Eastern Han, which is different from the Western Han Dynasty. The Eastern Han Dynasty was also called the Late Han Dynasty. The Eastern Han Dynasty established Luoyang as the capital. The Eastern Han Dynasty was abolished from Guangwu Zhongxing to Han Xian. The 14th Emperor died in 196. Among them, there were as many as nine emperors under the age of 16, accounting for four points of the total. Third, and under the Emperor He, the emperor was the throne of his youth, which became another great freak of Eastern Han politics except for the exclusive use of Qi and the eunuchs. The Yellow Turban Rebellion broke out in 184. Under the attack of the peasant uprising, the name of the Eastern Han Dynasty survived. In 190 AD, the " Dong Zhuo Rebellion" again, the emperor's power was side by side ...

List of Emperors of the Eastern Han Dynasty

The capital of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Luoyang, lasted 196 years and established 14 emperors.

Eastern Han Emperor Order List

Emperor Guangwu Liuxiu -- Hanming Emperor Liuzhuang -- Han Zhangdi Liuli -- Han Hedi Liu Zhao -- Hanli Emperor Liu Long -- Han Andi Liu Ye -- Han Shaodi Liu Ye

Emperor Hanshun Liu Bao -- Han Chong Emperor Liu Bing -- Han Di Emperor Liu Ye -- Han Di Emperor Liu Zhi -- Han Ling Di Liu Hong -- Han Shao Di Liu Bian -- Han Xiandi Liu Xie

1. Liu Xiu
Emperor Guangwu (Liu Xiu) (6 BC-57 AD), reigned from 25 to 57 years, a total of 32 years. Formerly known as Liu Xiu, Uncle Ziwen, the ninth-generation grandson of Han Gao's Liu Bang . After participating in the Green Forest Uprising Army, he defeated Wang Mang in Kunyang with less victory, and Liu Xiu became the emperor in 25 years. He died of illness at the age of 63 and was buried in Yuanling.
2. Liu Zhuang

Emperor Liu Zhuang of the Ming Dynasty (28-75), reigned from 57 to 75 AD, a total of 18 years. First name Liu Yang, Liu Xiu's fourth son. The White Horse Temple was built in Luoyang at the time of Emperor Ming. This is the first Buddhist temple established by Buddhism in China. He died of illness at the age of 48 and was buried in Xianjieling. Dynasty story: The class goes beyond the Western Regions.

3.Liu Ye

Emperor Zhang Di (56-88), reigned from 75-88, a total of 13 years. The fifth son of Emperor Ming, Emperor Zhang liked Confucianism and implemented a policy of cultivation with the people. The population grew rapidly, and his resignation exceeded the Western Region. Emperor Zhang Di was also a calligrapher, You Shan cursive, and was called "Zhang Cao" by later generations. He died of illness at the age of 31 and was buried in Jingling.

4.Liu Zhao

He Emperor Liu Zhao (78-105), reigned from 88-105, a total of 17 years. The fourth son of Emperor Zhang Di, ascended the throne at the age of 10, was ruled by the Empress Dowager Lin Dynasty, and foreign relative Dou Xian took power. Later he killed Dou Xian himself. He died of illness at the age of 27 and was buried in Shenling.

5.Liu Long

Emperor Emperor Liu Long (105-106), and Emperor's youngest son, had just full moon when he was reigned, and died 8 months after his reign. The youngest emperor in history was buried in Kangling.

6.Liu Ye

Andy Liu Ye (94-125), reigned from 107-125, a total of 18 years. Emperor Zhang Disun and his father Liu Qing, the filial piety of Qinghe, were only 13 years old when he was enthroned. He was ruled by Queen Mother Deng. He took power after the death of the Queen Mother. He died of illness on the way south, at the age of 32, and was buried in Gongling. Dynasty Story: Cai Lun Paper.

7.Liu Ye

Infant Emperor Liu Xun, after the death of Emperor Han An, the Queen Mother Yan Ji , with the support of Yan Xian, ushered Liu Xun as Emperor in order to control the national politics. But the throne died more than 200 days later.

8.Liu Bao

Shundi Liu Bao (114-144), reigned from 125-144, a total of 19 years. Andy's son. Shun Emperor came to power with the support of eunuchs. Politics is increasingly corrupt. He ordered eunuchs to raise their sons and to be hereditary. Later, eunuchs and foreign relatives colluded, and politics became even more corrupt. He died of illness at the age of 30 and was buried in Xianling. Dynasty story: Zhang Heng and the ground motion instrument.

9, Liu Bing
Chongdi Liu Bing (143-145), reigned from 144-145, less than 1 year. Son of Emperor Shun, reigned for six months. He died of illness at the age of 3 and was buried in Huailing.
10.Liu Ye

Emperor Liu Xun (138-146), reigned from 145-146, less than 1 year. The great-grandson of Emperor Zhang Di, the son of Liu Hong, the filial king of Bohai. At the age of eight, he was very clever. Because General Liang Yi was called "General Baba", he was poisoned by Liang Yi. He was 9 years old and buried in Jingling.

11, Liu Zhi

Emperor Liu Zhi (132-167), reigned from 146-167, a total of 21 years. Zhang Di's great-grandson, son of Li Yihou Liu Yi. The emperor was 15 years old when the foreign relatives came to power. Later, he relied on the eunuchs to kill the foreign relatives Liang Yi, and then he was ruled by the eunuchs. He died of illness at the age of 36 and was buried in Xuanling.

12.Liu Hong

Emperor Liu Hong (156-189), reigned from 168-189 for 23 years. Emperor Zhang Dixuan and Emperor Di died without son, and Liu Hong was ascended the throne. The Emperor Ling had a mess of filth, and the eunuch held control of the government, saying " ten regular servants ." The Emperor Ling often said, "Zhang Changshi is my father, and Zhao Changshi is my mother." In the time of the Emperor Ling, the people were boring, buying and selling official ranks, tyrannical conquest, and social conflicts intensified. Finally, in 184, the Yellow Scarf Uprising broke out. He died of illness at the age of 33 and was buried in Wenling.

13, Liu Bian

Shao Emperor Liu Bian (176-190), reigned for 5 months in 189. The eldest son of Emperor Ling, also known as the emperor's defense or the king of agriculture. Under the coercion of Dong Zhuo, he was only fifteen years old. He was the only deposed emperor in the Eastern Han Dynasty and was buried near Luoyang, Henan Province today. Dynasty Story: The Yellow Turban Army Uprising.

14, Liu Xie

Emperor Liu Xie (181-234), reigned from 190-220, for a total of 30 years. Ling Emperor's son, 9 years old when he was enthroned, Dong Zhuo had the power, and Cao Cao welcomed the Emperor to Xuchang. In 220 AD, Cao Cao died, Cao Yong established himself as Emperor, established the Wei Dynasty, the Han Dynasty perished, and Liu Xie was degraded to Sanyang Gong. He died of illness at the age of 54 and was buried in Chan Ling. Dynasty story: Sun Ceba Jiangdong, the battle of Guandu , Cao Cao unified the north, the battle of the Red Cliff , Liu Bei into the Sichuan, the battle of the beard, Guan Yu walked the wheat city.

Conclusion

Since 221 BC, the Qin Dynasty ruled the six kingdoms and created the imperial system. Due to the throne inheritance system of "father-in-law, family, the world", almost every dynasty in the feudal monarchy in China for more than two thousand years The phenomenon of passing the young emperor, that is, he became the emperor under the weak crown. This situation is most significant in the Eastern Han Dynasty. In the Eastern Han Dynasty, Emperor Guangxian was revoked from the reign of Emperor Guangwu to Han Xian. He died in 196 years. Among them, there were as many as nine emperors under 16 years of age, accounting for three-quarters of the total. They are all young.

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