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List of Emperors of the Han Dynasty

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The Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD), divided into Western Han Dynasty and Eastern Han Dynasty, was a strong unification empire after the Qin Dynasty. Gao Zu Liu Bang founded the country in 202 years ago, and settled in Chang'an. After the administration of Wen Jing, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty Liu further pushed forward the cause of unification, which reached its peak when "Zhao Xuan Zhongxing". In 9 AD, Wang Mang usurped the regime, ending the Western Han Dynasty. In 25 years, the royal family Liu Xiu became the emperor, established the Eastern Han Dynasty, and settled in Luoyang. Created the rule of Guangwu ZTE and Mingzhang, all nations came to the DPRK. The Han Dynasty was a powerful empire that created a glorious civilization. During the Han Dynasty, ethnic integration developed unprecedentedly, foreign exchanges were frequent, and national strength and economy were relatively strong. And the unification of culture has laid the foundation for the social development of the Chinese nation for two thousand years, and has made great contributions to the continuation and standing of the Chinese civilization. The Han Dynasty lasted more than 400 years. The 220th year of Zen was located at Cao Yu, the king of Wei, and ended in the Eastern Han Dynasty.

List of Emperors of the Han Dynasty

The Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD), a strong unification empire after the Qin Dynasty.

About Han Gaozu's Liu Bang and Liu Bang's son Who is the Prince?

Brief introduction of Liu Bang, the first emperor of the Han Dynasty , Emperor Gao Zu , Emperor Liu Gao (256 BC-195 BC), the word season, Pei Gong, Emperor Gao, and Emperor Gao Zu. Pei County Fengyi Zhongyangli (now belongs to Fengxian County, Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province). Born in the 59th year of King Zhou Xuan on the 8th day of February, 256 BC. He ranks third among the four brothers. Open-minded and knowledgeable. In 2116 BC, he was 31 years old and was the chief of Surabaya Pavilion. Ren Chen was born in September 2009. He joined the uprising led by Chen Sheng and Wu Guang , and joined the camp of Chu. While another general, Xiang Yu , fought with Qin's army, there was no Qin main force and his After the army confronted, Xianyang, the first capital of the Qin Kingdom, annihilated the Qin Dynasty , and was named the Han King by the king of Chu. Xiang Yu, and based on Shudi, began a four-year battle between Chu and Han . With the assistance of Zhang Liang in writing, Han Xin in martial arts, and Xiao He in the rear, Liu Bang finally surrounded Xiang Yu's army under His Majesty and set up an ambush. Xiang Yu broke out and committed suicide by the Wujiang River. After Liu Bang eliminated Xiang Yu, he was unified. China. In the year 2006 B.C., he was named Emperor in Luoyang and established the Han Dynasty. Since then, the Chinese Empire has been reunified geographically and established the foundation for future strength. He moved to Changan (now Xi'an) for twelve years. He died on April 25th, 1995 (Achen Day). At the age of 61, he was buried in the east of Xianyang County, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, known as Changling. Xuan Luyu , died at the age of 1279 BC, was buried in Dongling, Xianyang County, Chang'an.

How many sons does Liu Bang have?

Han Gao's ancestor Liu Bang was originally associated with his wife, Empress Lu Yan, and his wife, Qi and Bo, and many other concubines. Liu Bang and them gave birth to eight sons: the eldest son Liu Fei (King Qi), the second son Liu Ying (that is, Emperor Xiaohui), the third son Liu Ruyi (the King of Zhao), the fourth son Liu Heng (the Emperor Wen), and the fifth son. Liu Hui (Feng Liang Wang), Liu Zi Liu You (Feng Huaiyang King), Seven Son Liu Chang (Feng Huainan King), Eight Son Liu Jian (Feng Yan King).

Who is the Prince? Who is the emperor after Liu Bang?

   The prince of Han Gaozu Liu Bang was Liu Ying (Emperor Han Hui, the second emperor of the Western Han Dynasty). Liu Bang has eight sons. Liu Ying was the second son, born of Liu Bang and his former wife, Lu Yi (Lou Hou). Liu Ying was born in the 36th year of Emperor Qin Shi (211 BC). Liu Bang became the emperor of the Han Dynasty , and Liu Ying was established as the prince. At this time, Liu Ying was only nine years old.

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About Han Huidi Liu Ying Who is the empress and son of Han Huidi Liu Ying?

The second emperor of the Western Han Dynasty: Emperor Liu Hui of the Han Dynasty (211-188 BC), the second emperor of the Western Han Dynasty (194-188 BC), the eldest son of the founding emperor Liu Bang of the Han Dynasty , his mother Lu Ye , in Bit 7 years.

Liu Ying's relationship diagram:

Father: Liu Bang, Liu Ji

Mother: Lu Yan

Sister: Princess Lu Yuan

Sons: Young Emperor Liu Gong , Huaiyang King Liu Jiang, Changshan King Liu Youdou, Xiangcheng Hou Liuhong (formerly known as Liu Shan, formerly known as Liu Yi, later changed to Changshan King), Xihou Liu Chao, Huguan Hou Liu Wu (later renamed King Huaiyang)

Successor Emperor after Liu Ying: Liu Gong (Liu Ying and a son of a court woman)

Wife and Queen: Zhang Yan (Liu Ying's niece, daughter of Princess Lu Yuan)

Male pet: Acer Ji (also known as Acer)

Liu Ying's life:

When Liu Ying was a child, his father Liu Bang was still a small pavilion. It was impossible for him to lead that aristocratic life. Therefore, he, his mother, and his sister often had to work in the field. Later, his father rebelled against Qin Chao , and he and his mother and sister were living in a turbulent life. Later, his mother and grandfather were arrested by Chu Jun. He and his sister were still being beaten by the cruel father when they ran away with his father. Pushed out of the car twice so that my father could run faster. Xia Houying, a subordinate of Liu Bang, complained that Liu Bang should not treat his own biological flesh like this, and got out of the car and took their sister and brother into the car. It was not until later that their sister and brother were sent to Guanzhong that they lived a peaceful life behind the strategy. After Liu Bang wiped out Xiang Yu 's forces and won the victory of the Chu-Han War, Liu Ying was set up as a prince. At this time, Liu Ying was only nine years old, and his childhood misery was finally not in vain.

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Emperor Han Shao Liu Gong introduced how the third emperor Liu Gong died in the Western Han Dynasty?

The third emperor of the Han Dynasty : Liu Gong , a former emperor of the Western Han Dynasty (190 BC-184 BC), was in power from September 188 BC to August 184 BC, and was the third emperor of the Han Dynasty. Empress Dowager Lv Yi ordered Emperor Hui Hui Zhang Yan (daughter of the Emperor Xuanping Hou, queen of filial piety to the Emperor Xiaohui ), and she was named after the son of Zhou Meiren, and she was named Prince. The life-saving palace girl killed Zhou Meiren.

The former Emperor Shao, with the surname Liu and Gong, was the first emperor to be abolished in the Western Han Dynasty and the third emperor in the Western Han Dynasty. His father was Emperor Han Xiaohui and Liu Ying , and his mother was a beauty during the Emperor Hui Dynasty, a woman sacrificed by politics. Because Emperor Hui Emperor Zhang Yan had no children, Hui Emperor died at a young age. So Lu Ye called on the beauty son of Emperor Hui Emperor to take over the Empress Zhang Yan, and killed the beauty. Then she established the son as emperor, for the pre-Han young emperor. The Empress Dowager Lu started the Pro-Weighing system.

Inherit the throne

Emperor Han Hui died in the seventh year of autumn and August, Wu Yin (188 BC), filial piety collapsed, September was ugly, and was buried. Crown Prince Liu Gong ascended the throne, that is, the former Emperor Shao, and Gao Temple. In the first year, the queen came out. The first year of 187 was the first year of Emperor Han Shao.

Emperor acts

(September 188-August 184, 4 years, 3-7 years)

1. Emperor Puppet Emperor: The Empress Lv Pu called the system, took control of power, and sealed the Lu family.

2. Governance by inaction: Lu Hou continues the Taoism Huang Lao theory and implements the rule of inaction.

Complaining to death

Lv Yi became the Empress Dowager, and he heard the government of Lin Dynasty, and divided the kings of Lv surname, striving to expand Lv's power. Emperor Zhuang, or his mother died, was not the true queen's son, but said: "Hou'an can kill my mother and name me? I am not strong, but Zhuang is change." He claimed that the emperor was seriously ill in Yong Lane (that is, the court prison) and refused to meet anyone. Lu Yan also told the courtier that the emperor was seriously ill and could not govern the country. Someone should take over and be affirmed by the courtier. So Liu Gong was deposed and executed.

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Emperor Han Shao Liu Hong's life

The fourth emperor of the Han Dynasty : Liu Hong (?-180 BC), a young emperor after the Western Han Dynasty, reigned June 15, 184 BC-November 14, 180 BC. On June 15, 184 BC, Lu Yi ordered Liu Yi to succeed the emperor, and renamed it Liu Hong, later Emperor Shao. In September 180 BC, Lu Ye died. After the efforts of Zhou Bo and Chen Pingren, the strength of the Lu family was eliminated. The courtiers believed that Emperor Liu Hong was not the real son of Emperor Han Hui and should be dismissed. The courtier chose the acting king Liu Heng as the new emperor and greeted Changan, and then killed Liu Hong on November 14.

Life story

After the Western Han Dynasty, Emperor Liu Hong (?-180 BC), June 15, 184-November 14, 180, was the reign, the fourth emperor of the Han Dynasty. Formerly known as Liu Shan, he used the name Liu Yi. It is the son of Emperor Han Hui Liu Ying, whose biological mother is unknown.

On April 28, 187 BC, he was named Xiangcheng Hou. In July 186, after the death of King Liu of Changshan, Liu Shan was named King of Changshan on July 27 and renamed Liu Yi.

On June 15, 184 BC, Lu Yi ordered Changshan King Liu Yi to succeed the emperor, and renamed it Liu Hong, later Emperor Shao. In Chinese history, the emperor's throne was generally renamed next year as the first year, but because the empress empress Lv Yilin was in power to listen to politics, it was not renamed the first year.

In September 180 BC, Lu Ye died. After the efforts of Zhou Bo and Chen Pingren, the Lu family was eliminated. The courtiers believed that Emperor Liu Hong and Liang Wang Liu Tai and Huaiyang King Liu Wu were not the natural sons of Emperor Han Hui and should be abolished. After the courtiers selected Han Gaozu and Wang Heng, the offspring of the concubine Bo, as the new emperor (that is, Emperor Hanwen), and entered Changan, they killed Liu Hong and others on November 14.

Legacy

There has been controversy over whether Liu Hong, Liu Tai, Liu Wu and others are really not the sons of Emperor Han Hui and Liu Ying.

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Han Wendi Liu Heng's son Who is Han Wendi Liu Heng?

The fifth emperor of the Han Dynasty, the fourth son of Liu Bang : Brief introduction of the emperor Liu Heng of the Han Dynasty, Liu Heng of the Han Dynasty (January 15th, 202-June 157th) , Mother Bo Ji , the younger brother of Emperor Han Hui. After Liu Bang suppressed the Chen Kun rebellion in 196 BC, Liu Heng was named acting king. He was tolerant and peaceful, and kept a low profile politically. After Gao Zu's death, Lu Hou had the power and Zhu Lu took control of the military and political power of the court. As early as 180 years ago, after the death of Lu Hou, the eunuch Zhou Bo and the prime minister Chen Pingping made all of Lu Lu a net, and ushered in the ambassador Liu Heng into Beijing as emperor, for the Han emperor. After the emperor Han Wen was enthroned, he worked hard to improve governance, built water conservancy, dressed plainly, abolished corporal punishment, and brought the Han Dynasty into a period of prosperity and stability. At that time the people were wealthy and the world was well-off. During the reign of Emperor Han Wen and his son Han Jing, they were collectively called the rule of Wen Jing. During the reign of Emperor Han Wen, there were problems such as the power of the vassal kingdoms and the invasion of the Huns by the Huns. Emperor Han Wen treated the princely kings with a moral attitude. In terms of morals, Emperor Wen also tasted medicine for his mother, Bo, and was deeply filial. In 157 BC before June, Emperor Han Wen collapsed at Weiyang Palace in Chang'an and was buried in the tombs after his death.

Han Wendi Liu Heng Character Profile

Born on the 11th of January 203 (January 15th), he is the fifth emperor of the Han Dynasty, the fourth son of the Han ancestor Liu Bang, the younger brother of the Emperor Han Hui, the mother of Bo Ji. At the age of eight, he was appointed acting king. There was once a queen who had four sons. Shortly after Liu Heng became the emperor, these four sons died. Later there are pets Ji Dou Yi and Fang Dou beauty. After the death of Lü Hou in 180 BC, the brothers of the King Liu Xiang of Qi Qi attacked Lü, Zhou Bo and Chen Ping also responded to the situation and destroyed the Lü clan, which is known as "cleaning all Lv" in history. He also feared that the king would be strong and greedy for the king, so Liu Heng, who was 24 years old, would stand for the emperor.

After Liu Heng ascended the throne, Dou Yifang's son Liu Qi was made the crown prince, and Dou Yifang became the queen. Liu Heng personally acted frugally and ingeniously, and finally created the "rule of literary scenery" to govern the world. In June 157 BC, Emperor Hanwen Liu Heng collapsed and reigned for 23 years at the age of 47. Buried in Baring. Its temple name is Taizong, Emperor Xiaowen. Also taste the soup medicine in "Twenty-four Filial Piety"

Once, Emperor Han Wen became ill and had pus on his body. Deng Tong served Emperor Han Wen, and he often sucked out the pus and blood from his abscess. Emperor Wen was very moved and asked Deng Tong: "Who loves me most in the world?" Deng Tong answered, "Of course it is the prince." The prince visited Wen Di, who pointed to the abscess and let him suck pus. The crown prince was uncomfortable and reluctant. Later, the prince heard that Deng usually sucked pus for the emperor, felt ashamed, and resented Deng Tong at the same time. After the death of Emperor Wen, the crown prince ascended the throne and was Emperor Han Jing. Deng Tong was sent home. Soon, someone reported that Deng Tong was coining money, saying that this was a crisis in the country's financial policy, that is, the crisis of imperial power. Deng Tong was arrested and finally died of hunger in prison.

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Han King Emperor Liu Qi has several queens and sons

The sixth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty: Emperor Han King Liu Qi (188 BC-141 BC), was the eldest son of Emperor Han Wen, and his mother was Empress Dou of Emperor Han Wen (that is, Empress Dou), born in the capital of the continent ( (Now southwest of Pingyao County, Shanxi Province). The sixth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty, reigned for 16 years, Emperor Xiaoxiao Jing, no temple. During Liu Qi's reign, he cut down the vassals of the princes, calmed down the rebellion of the Seven Kingdoms , consolidated the centralization of power, governed the country with diligence and thrift, and developed production. The rule of his rule and the period of his father Han Wendi collectively called the rule of Wenjing . Han King Emperor Liu Qi occupies an important position in the history of the Western Han Dynasty. He inherited and developed the career of his father Han Wendi, and created the "rule of Wenjing" with his father. He also laid the foundation for his son Liu Che 's "Hanwu prosperity". The transition from Wendi to Wudi was completed.

Chronology of events

During Lu Hou's administration, Liu Qi was born. The exact year of birth is unknown. (" Historical Records · The Family of Foreigners": When Empress Lv, Dou Ji entered the palace to serve her queen with her good family .... In the last generation, Dou Ji was fortunate to have the son-in-law and had two sons.

On the first month of Wendi's first year (179 BC), Liu Qi was made Crown Prince.

In the seventh year of Emperor Wendi (157 BC), Emperor Hanwen collapsed. In the same month Ding Weiri, Liu Qi came to power.

In the three years before King Jing (154 BC), the princely king launched the "Seven Kingdoms Rebellion" and was calmed down 10 months later.

In the seventh year BC (150 BC), in April of the summer of April and April, Li Che, the king of Jiaodong, became the prince.

In the third year of the Yuan Dynasty (141 BC), the Spring Festival Lunar New Year's Day, Liu Qi drove to Weiyang Palace. On February 28th, Yangling was buried. Emperor Xiaojing Emperor.

Empress of the Han Dynasty Emperor Liu Qi

Queen Bo : The niece's granddaughter, no son, fell out of favor and was abolished.

Queen Queen : Wang Xi (formerly the wife of the Golden King and granddaughter, the daughter of the golden custom; Wang Erzhen's sister), the original wife, had one son and three daughters.

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Han Wudi Liu Che Who is the emperor after Han Wudi Liu Che?

The seventh emperor of the Han Dynasty : Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty Brief introduction: The second feudal dynasty in ancient China, the emperor of the Han Dynasty, his brilliant talents truly made the Chinese nation glorious for generations. "Falunfa" says "powerful and rude means martial arts", that is, majestic, strong, and wise. Rende calls martial arts. His prodigious talents and civilized martial arts made the Han Dynasty the most powerful country in the world at that time, and he became one of the great emperors in Chinese history. He is Emperor Hanwu Liu Che.

Introduction to Emperor Hanwu:

Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty (156-87 BC), the son of Emperor Jingjing, Liu Che, formerly known as Liu Ye, was renamed Che when the Prince was established, the Western Han Emperor (the seventh emperor of the Han Dynasty). Emperor Wu of Han Dynasty was the ninth son of Emperor Jing of Han Dynasty, the grandson of Emperor Han Wen, the great-grandson of Liu Bang , and the great-grandson of Liu Bang . He was crowned Prince at the age of seven, he was crowned at the age of 16, and died at the age of 70. (The first three months (before 141) of Emperor Jingjing was the throne of the first month, and he died in February of the second year (before 87) of the second year, reigning fifty-four years and one month). 54 years of rule.

During his reign, he inherited the Jingdi policy, cracked down on local separatist forces, and strengthened centralization of power. In terms of legal thought, Dong Zhongshu's suggestion of "dismissing a hundred schools and respecting Confucianism alone" was adopted to confirm the status of the feudal orthodox legal thought of Confucianism. The fifty-fourth reign was the heyday of the Western Han Dynasty. The great feat of the ancients. Emperor Hanwu's heroes were roughly sketched out, and the civilized martial arts made the Han Dynasty the most powerful country in the world at that time. The Western Han Empire under his rule was stronger than the Roman Empire. It has become the undisputed center of world civilization, and the era of Emperor Hanwu has also become one of the greatest times to be proud of and displayed in the history of the Chinese nation. However, due to the increase in military service, the burden on the people has increased, which has caused farmers to resist.

Emperor Hanwu's Merits and Deeds:

Emperor Han Wu (reigned 140-87 years ago) founded the year and was also the first emperor in China to use the year. At the beginning of Emperor Hanwu's throne, on the one hand, the political situation was relatively stable and the state's economic situation was quite good. On the other hand, the division factors of the princely kingdoms still existed, and the potential threats were not small. Therefore, while continuing to implement King Jing's policies, he adopted a series of measures to strengthen centralization.

Politics: In terms of politics, we adopted the suggestion of our father and father, promulgated the "Thank You", weakened the power of the vassal state that was divided in the early Han Dynasty, strengthened centralization of power, and strengthened the supervision system. Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty also changed the ancient creation system, including major reforms and creation rights such as the right to collect the phase, the history of setting up thorns, and the equal loss of the equal level, and established a systematic and complete political system.

Military: Reforming the military system. He sent Weiqing and Huo to attack the Huns, and stabilized the northern border county. He sent Zhang Huan to the Western Region to contact the captured Dayue clan, and opened the northwestern frontier: opened the Western Han Dynasty to the Western Region and Central Asia and other places.

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About Emperor Zhao Fuling of Emperor Han Zhao How did Emperor Liu Fuling of Han Zhao died?

The eighth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty : Emperor Zhao Emperor Liu Fu (94-74 BC), formerly known as Liu Fuling , Han Wudi ’s youngest son, his mother was Madam Gou, and Emperor Wu succeeded. After the throne, Liu Fuling changed his name to Liu Fu because his name was difficult to avoid, and the word "Fu" avoided "No." Liu Fulin succeeded to the throne when he was only eight years old (according to the virtual age), and was assisted by Huo Guang in accordance with Emperor Wu's widow. He reigned for 13 years and died of illness at the age of 21. Buried in Pingling (now 13 kilometers northwest of Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province). The year numbers are Shiyuan, Yuanfeng and Yuanping.

When Emperor Hanwu Emperor Liu Fulin, Emperor Han Zhao Emperor, ascended the throne:

In 87 BC, Liu Fulin was only eight years old when he succeeded (in ancient times, it was counted as a virtual year). In order to make it easier for the people to avoid taboos, he was renamed Liu Fu. History is called Emperor Han Zhao. Zhao Di ’s name change is unknown. In addition, the remarks of Zhao Di ’s rename are in Zhang Yan ’s commentary in Han Shu. Zhang Yan in the Han Book of Emperor Wudi said: "The Emperor Zhao also. The name of the Emperor is second, but it is undeniable for two." In addition, Yue Yue noted in the Han Book of Emperor Zhaodi: "The word of taboo." "No." Although there was no mention of the rename of Emperor Zhaodi, it clearly stated that only the word "Fu" needs to be avoided, and the word "no" was written when it was encountered. That is to say, the word "ling" is not the name of Emperor Zhao, and there is no need to avoid it. . Fuling was a double name, and the word "ling" was a common word at that time. People often used it. Just as the later Han Xuan Emperor Liu disease had been renamed Liu Xun , in order to make it easier for the people to avoid taboos, the emperor's name was generally not used. word.

How about Emperor Han Zhao ’s ability to govern the court:

Emperor Hanwu had a vision, and Emperor Liu Zhaoling of Han Zhao had his father's legacy. He managed the country with enthusiasm. In dealing with the relationship with the assistant minister Huo Guang, he could be called an unquestionable minister, and the old minister and the young master successfully cooperated. Model. Later generations commented: "In the fourteenth year of Emperor Han Zhao, he can detect the loyalty of Huo Guang, know the fraud of King Yan's letter, and sang Hongyang and Shangguan. Gaozu, Wen, and Jing are not as good."

To his assistant minister left by his father, Liu Fulin attaches great importance to the use of their talents, discuss with them in case of trouble, and maintain the strength of the Han Empire. He once ordered Sang Hongyang to conquer Xianliang Literature to convene a famous salt-iron conference to inquire about the sufferings of ordinary people. The virtuous literary powers defeated salt, iron, and wine, all lost officials, and frugal. Liu Fulin complied with their suggestions and elected a policy of rest and recuperation, which effectively eased the social contradictions of Emperor Hanwu in the last year and promoted social and economic development. .

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Han Hedi Emperor Liu He Introduction How many days did the West Han Emperor Liu He become emperor?

The ninth emperor of the Han Dynasty : Emperor Liu He (92 BC-59 BC), the ninth emperor of the Han Dynasty, is also the shortest reigning emperor in the history of the Han Dynasty. He is the grandson of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty and the son of Liu Yi, the king of Changyi. Ascended the throne at the age of 19, and became an emperor for 27 days. He was abolished because of indecent assault and did not protect the community. He was sealed in Changyi Town, Juye County, Shandong Province today, and became the king of Changyi. The county did Haixunhou, which was called Han Fei Emperor in history.

He is the grandson of Emperor Hanwu and the son of Liu Yi, the king of Changyi. Born on July 25, 92 BC.

Li Guangli and Liu Qudi were destroyed by the Emperor Hanwu for seeking to establish Changyi, the prince of Emperor Liu Yi, as the prince.

In the first month of 88 BC, Liu Yi, the king of Changyi, his 5 year old son Liu He became the second king of Changyi.

On June 5, 74 BC, Emperor Han Zhao died at the age of 21. Because of no son, on July 18, General Huo Guang and others welcomed Liu He, the king of Changyi, to the throne. According to "Han Guang Huo Jinjin's Biography" containing Liu He's crimes, "On the twenty-seventh day after the seal was received, the messenger held the festival's official offices to levy it, and there were 1,127 things." Liu He was on the throne. In 17 days, 1,127 ridiculous things were done, an average of forty a day. In fact, this is just an excuse from ministers such as Huo Guang. The real reason may be that after Liu He came to power, he was anxious to promote the affiliates he brought from Changyi, neglected the North Korean officials, and offended the bureaucratic group in the upper ruling class of the Western Han Dynasty headed by Huo Guang. With the so-called crime excuses listed above, Huo Guang, with his unbearable responsibility, suddenly launched a coup and invited the 15-year-old empress queen (that is, Emperor Xiaozhao Shangguan Fenger, grandfather Huo Guang's granddaughter) to sacrifice and was abolished on August 14. After Liu He, he personally sent him back to Changdi, Changyi (now Changyi Town, Juye County, Shandong Province), and kept the king (Changyi) to make it eat 2,000 households. In the same year, Huo Guangzun established the only great -grandfather of Empress Wei (fuzifu ), the only great-grandson of Prince Liu , the 18-year-old Liu Xun as Emperor, and Emperor Xuan Han.

Abdicated life

Emperor Huo Guangxin ’s emperor Han Xuan, Liu Xun, had some fears in his heart. In the second year of his throne, Shanyang prince Zhang Zhang inspected Liu He and found that his “prisoner” life was very humble. In 66 BC, although he was young, Only 27 years old, but has difficulty moving and no longer plans to restore. She also gave birth to 22 children and spent a long time. Emperor Han Xuan saw that he was so pathetic and saved his life.

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About Han Xuan Emperor Liu Xun

The Tenth Emperor of the Western Han Dynasty: Liu Xun, Emperor Xuan of the Han Dynasty (April 7, 91 BC-January 10, 48 BC), his real name was Liu , and the second emperor was the second emperor of the Western Han Dynasty. The great-grandson of Emperor Hanwu , the eldest son of Prince Liu Ji, the eldest son of Emperor Shi Jin's grandson, the birth mother is Wang Wengsu. In the first year of the Emperor Hanzhao's Yuanping (74 years ago), Emperor Hanzhao collapsed. Due to the lack of prowess, King Changyi Liu He, who was supported by Dasima Huoguang, was ousted by his granddaughter, Empress Dowager Shangguan, within 27 days of the throne. When establishing the successor candidate, Ji Guanglu, then a doctor of Guanglu, recommended Huo Guang to Liu Huo, and Emperor Zhaoyuan Yuanping in July of the first year of autumn, Gengshen, Liu Jiu had entered the palace to meet the Queen Mother, was named Yang Wuhou, and became emperor on the same day , Emperor Cheng Zhao Emperor, changed the Yuan version the following year.

Chronology of events

In 91 BC (the second year of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty), Xuan Emperor Liu Xun was born, and he was imprisoned shortly afterwards because of the "witch incident".

In 87 BC (the second year of Emperor Han Wu), Liu Xun was released and was listed in the royal family.

In July 74 BC (the first year of Emperor Zhao of the Han Dynasty), Liu Xun ascended the throne under the support of a minister headed by Huo Guang.

In 68 BC (the second year of the festival), Huo Guang died of illness, and Liu Xun began to suppress the Huo Group's rebellion and regain power.

In 60 BC (the second year of the Lord), the Western Regions were set up to govern the Western Regions.

On January 10, 48 BC (the seventh day of the first winter of the first year of the winter of Huanglong, the seventh day of Jialong Day), Emperor Xuan of the Xuan Dynasty died.

Liu Xun, formerly known as Liu Bing, was born in the second year of Emperor Hanwu (91 BC). He was the great-grandson of Emperor Hanwu and Weizifu, the grandson of the prince-in-law Liu Jiu and the grandson of Shi Liangzhang, the grandson of the emperor Liu Jin and the king of Weng Xu. The misfortune of Witchcraft , his family suffered, Liu Xun, who was in prison, was jailed, and then adopted by his grandmother historian until he was watched by Emperor Han Wu's court, and his superior was Zongzheng. After the reign of Changyi King Liu He in the first year of Yuanping (74 BC), Huo Guang and other ministers welcomed him into the palace from the folk, and he was first named as Yang Wuhou. He succeeded in July of the same year when he was seventeen . The second year changed its name to "beginning." Emperor Xuan Han was an emperor in Chinese history who had suffered from imprisonment before the throne (in addition, Nan Minglong Wudi Zhu Xijian had also been imprisoned before the throne).

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Emperor Han Yuan Emperor Liu Yuan's son

The 11th Emperor of the Han Dynasty : Emperor Liu Yuan (74 BC-33 BC) of the Han Dynasty, the son of Emperor Xuan Liu Xuan and his wife Xu Pingjun . A few months after his birth, his father became emperor. Two years later, her mother, Queen Xu, was poisoned by Huo Guang's wife Huo Xian . After Huo Guang's death, in April of the third year (67 years before), Liu Ye was made Prince. In the first year of the first year of Huanglong (49 years ago), Emperor Xuan Han succeeded to his throne in the 16th year of his reign. He died of illness, and the emperor was Emperor Yuan and the temple was Emperor Gaozong. (After the deletion of Emperor Guangwu of the Eastern Han Dynasty, only four emperors in the Western Han Dynasty had temple names, namely Emperor Taizu Gao Liubang, Emperor Taizong Wenli Liu Heng , Emperor Sejong Emperor Liu Che , Emperor Xuzong Emperor Liu Xun, and there was no Emperor Han Yuan)

The history of the Western Han Dynasty generally used Xuan and Yuan as a boundary, divided into two periods. Emperor Xuan was the "master of ZTE" and maintained the stable development of the Western Han Dynasty. However, the Western Han Dynasty began to decline from the Yuan Dynasty. The so-called "Yuan, Cheng, Ai, and Ping, one generation is not as good as one generation."

The origin of "Rou Ren Hao Confucianism" Historian's evaluation of Yuandi is "Rou Ren Hao Confucianism". This comment should be more negative than negative, at least mixed. It now appears that the word "rou" is used properly. Yuandi is indeed a weak and indecisive person. As for the word "ren", it must be greatly reduced. The so-called "good Confucianism" is true and also plays a certain role, but in the end only because good is "vulgar Confucianism" and failed. Emperor Han Yuan also had male pets, eunuch Honggong and Shi Xian. Both men broke the law when they were young and became eunuchs after serving in court and served in the court. Both were beautiful. A few years after Emperor Yuan's ascension, Hong Gong died, and Shi Xian continued to be favored. He was an eminent order of honor and dignity.

Chronology of events

Emperor Zhaodi Yuanping was born six years ago (74 BC) at the age of 1 year old Liu Xun. His great-grandson Liu disease has entered Weiyang Palace.

Xuan Emperor was poisoned after he was 4 years old at the age of three (71 BC).

At the age of three years (67 BC), Xuan Emperor Liu Xie was appointed Prince Edward at the age of eight.

Xuan Emperor Festival four years (66 BC) 9-year-old Huo Guang exterminated the tribe, Xuan Emperor pro-government.

In the first year of Xuan Emperor Huanglong (49 BC), Xuan Emperor died at the age of 26, and Liu Xie ascended the throne.

At the age of two in the first year of Yuan Dynasty (47 BC), Liu Ye was established as the prince at the age of 28. Xiao Wangzhi committed suicide.

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Emperor Han Cheng Emperor Liu Xie's death
The twelfth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty : Emperor Liu Han (51 BC-7 BC) of Han Dynasty, reigned from 33 BC-7 BC, and died after the death of the Emperor Xiaocheng, buried in Yanling, Temple Patriarchy.

Biography

During his reign, Liu Xie lived in absurdity, favored the sisters Zhao Feiyan and Zhao Hede , and neglected political affairs. He entrusted the entire government to the foreigners, and gradually gained power over Wang's foreign relatives. The seven emperors of the Queen Mother Wang Zhengjun were named Hou, and the boss Wang Feng was as high as the leader of the Great Sima General. Wang Zhengjun's nephew, Wang Mang, also started to emerge. Wang Mang is the son of Wang Man. Wang Man died early. After the other brothers of the Wang family sealed the prince, the lone king was lonely and poor. Wang Zhengjun showed pity and offered Wang Mang and his mother to the East Palace. Wang Mang is conscientious and frugal, diligent and knowledgeable, his mother and widow are respectful and thoughtful, and handsome in diplomacy, the fathers of internal affairs, Qu You etiquette, in sharp contrast with other Wang family children. Uncle Wang Feng was ill, Wang Mang tasted the soup, he was puzzled, and he was nursing for months. Before Wang Feng's death, he entrusted Wang Mang to Emperor, and Wang Mang was promoted to Huangmenlang and Captain of Acoustic Sound. He was later named Xinduhou, and was promoted to riding captain, Guanglu doctor, and servant. Wang Mang was not arrogant and impatient, he became more frugal, scattered his clothes among the guests, and collected celebrities under his door. The incumbents scrambled to recommend it, and Youshi promoted it. Eventually boarded the position of Sima.

In February 7 BC, Liu Ye spent the night in Weiyang, and when he got up the next morning, bending over and gartering, he suffered a stroke and fell to bed, unable to move, and died in Changan Weiyang.

After Liu Ye died, his emperor was Emperor.

Chronology

In 51 BC, Emperor Liu Cheng was born.

In 33 BC, Emperor Liu Cheng of Han Dynasty was enthroned.

In 28 BC, records of the world's earliest sunspot appeared. In addition, there are also the most detailed observation records of Halley's comet in ancient China.

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Introduction to Emperor Han Ai and Liu Xin

The thirteenth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty: Emperor Xiao Xiao, Emperor Liu Xin (25 years-1 year before), reigned for 7 years. Liu Xin is the grandson of Emperor Han Yuan , the son of Emperor Ding Tao Gong of the Han Dynasty, and his mother Ding.

Biography

Emperor Han Ai Liu Xin (25-25 August 1st), Zihe, grandson of Emperor Han Yuan, nephew of Chengdi, son of Ding Taogong King Liu Kang.

Born in Chengdi Heping in the fourth year of Bingshen (25 BC) March Renchen. In the second year of Emperor Yangshuo (23 BC), Ding Tao Gong Wang Liu Kang died of illness. In August, his three-year-old son Liu Xin succeeded Ding Tao King. Emperor Chengdi had no son. In the first year of Suihe (8 BC), nephew established Tao King Liu Xin as the crown prince. In the second year of Suihe (7 BC), Emperor Cheng died of illness. Ping, chased his father and made King Tao Gong Huang. Years used: Jianping, Taichu Yuanjiang, Yuanshou. This is another well-known fainting monarch and sorrowful emperor in history. In the second year of Yuanshou (1 BC), he died early and was buried in Yiling. The Xiongnu respected "Liu Xingeer" as the brother on the grassland.

According to history, Emperor Han Ai was not good at first when he was a teenager. He is a talented prince who has read scriptures and written literacy, known as Xin Brother. When Emperor Han Ai first took office, he was a young emperor who wanted to do something. He summed up some lessons from the forces that purged the Wang family, recognizing that as an emperor, he must act on his own initiative, and must not be sidelined and placed at the mercy of the emperor Han Cheng.

Chronology

In 25 BC, Liu Xin was born. His father was King Ding Tao Gong Liu Kang, and his mother was Gong Ding Ji.

In 23 BC, Liu Kang died, and Liu Xin, who was only 3 years old, stood as king.

In 8 BC, Liu Xin was named Prince Edward by Emperor Han Cheng.

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Brief Introduction of Emperor Hanping Liu Xun's Life

The 14th Emperor of the Western Han Dynasty, Emperor Hanping Emperor Liu Xie : Liu Xing (kàn), that is, Emperor Han Ping (9 BC-February 4, 6 AD), Han nationality, formerly known as Liu Xunzi, grandson of Emperor Han Yuan , nephew of Emperor Han Cheng , The cousin of Emperor Han Ai, the son of Zhongshan King Liu Xing, mother Weiji. After Liu Xin died on August 15, 1 BC, Wang Mang refused to establish an older monarch for the sake of power. On September 17, Liu Ye, who was only 9 years old, was welcomed as Emperor. The following year changed Yuan Yuan. After 6 years in office, he was not poisoned by Wang Mang, but died of illness. 14 years old, buried in Kangling (now 25 kilometers west of Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province).

Life story

Emperor Han Ai Liu Xin died of illness on August 15, 1 BC. Later, Wang Mang welcomed Liu Ji, who was only nine years old, on September 17 as the emperor, and the following year (AD 1) changed the Yuan to Yuan. On February 4, 6 AD, Liu Ye had a recurrent heart attack and died of ineffective treatment. He was 14 years old.

The " Zizhi Tongjian · Vol. 36" records the death of Emperor Hanping ’s poisonous wine from Wang Mang, which belongs to the legend: "The Emperor Shi (Liu Ye) was strong in spring and autumn, and he was unhappy because of his guardianship. Winter, December , Mang because of Lai Ri pepper on the wine, put poison in wine. Emperor has disease, reckless strategy, please kill Tai Yu, is willing to use his body, Zang Ce Jin Teng, placed in the front hall, Zhu Zhugong dare not speak. Bing Wu , Emperor collapsed in Weiyang Palace. Amnesty to the world. Mang made the world's officials more than six hundred stones to be mourned for three years. Zunzong Xiaocheng Temple was said to be Tongzong; Xiaoping Temple was said to be Yuanzong. To conquer Xiaoping, Canadian dollars, and buried Kangling (now Shaanxi 25 kilometers west of Xianyang City).

After his death, he was pursued as "Emperor Xiaoping Han", known as Emperor Hanping in history.

Chronology of events

In 9 BC, Liu Xun was born and named Liu Xunzi.

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Brief Introduction of Han Xunzi Liu Ying Details of the Late Western Han Emperor Xun Ziying

Emperor of the Western Han Dynasty: Han Xunzi Liu Ying's brief introduction and biographical data (5-25 years) (reigned from 6-8 years in November), No. Xunzi, the great-grandson of the filial piety king Liu Huo, the son of Guangxiu Liu Xian, Han Xuan Emperor Xuan Sun also. In the first month of 25 AD, Pingling people Fang Wang waited for the incident, robbed Liu Ying to flee Changan, and arrived in Lintong to establish Liu Ying as emperor. In February, Liu Xuan , who was embraced as a more original emperor due to the overthrow of Wang Mang , was sent to the Ministry. Will lead troops to attack. In the scuffle, Liu Ying was killed by the chaos.

Biography

Han Xunzi Liu Ying (AD 5-AD 25), historically known as "Xun Ziying ", in 6 AD-November 8 AD Liu Ying was the Crown Prince of the Han Dynasty .

He is the grandson of Liu Xun, the great grandson of Emperor Xuan of the Han Dynasty, the great-grandson of Liu Xiao, the king of Chu Xiao, the grandson of Liu Xun, the grand prince of Guangqi, and the son of Liu Xian, the great prince of Guangqi.

In 6 AD, Emperor Hanping Liu died of illness. Wang Mang chose Liu Ying, who was only two years old, from the royal family of the Han Dynasty. However, because of his young age, Liu Ying did not officially become the emperor, but only became a "prince". Wang Mang claimed to be "photographing the emperor", and any pomp is no different from the emperor. In order to substantively control the power of the DPRK government, with the permission of the Empress Dowager and Empress Wang Zhengjun , she named herself An Han Gong and completely regented. She set herself as the residence of Zhou Gong and Yi Yin , and changed her residence to the "Yuan She". The crown prince, Liu Ying, was only a concubine. In the first year of the first year (AD 8), Wang Mang changed the title of "Photographer Emperor" to "False Emperor".

In the first month of the first year (AD 8), Wang Mang claimed that Han Gao ancestor Liu Bang wanted him to be emperor, and he forced the crown prince, Liu Ying, to give him the throne, changed the country name to "new", and changed the original "twelve first year" "The first day of the month" was changed to "the first day of December of the first year of the founding of the People's Republic of China." Another feudal dynasty in China, the new dynasty, began. Wang Mang was the new ancestor Gao Emperor, also known as the New Dynasty Jianxing Emperor, referred to as the new emperor. Wang Mangzun, the Empress Dowager, and the Empress Dowager Wang Zhengjun (later changed to "The Queen Mother of the New Room"), named Liu Ying as the Ding An Gong (also written as Ding An Gong), and changed the title of the Queen Mother (Wang Ye) to Ding An Gong Queen Mother. At this point, the Western Han Empire, which established the country in 214, died.

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Brief Introduction of the Genius Emperor Liu Xuan in the Han Dynasty Who is the famous Genius in history?

Gengshi Emperor Liu Xuan (? -25) was the sacred God, born in Caiyang, Nanyang (now southwest of Zaoyang County, Hubei), and descended from the Western Han Dynasty. In 23 AD, Liu Xuan was made emperor by the Green Forest Army, and the year was renamed, becoming the famous Genius in history. In the first year of the new year, the New Dynasties perished, and Liu Xuan entered Changan and became the master of the world. Two years later, for the first three years, the Gengsi regime collapsed under the two-way attack of the Chimei Army and Liu Xiu Army. Liu Xuan surrendered to the Chimei Army and presented the jade seal of the national kingdom. Soon after, Liu Xuan was also killed by the Red Eyebrow Army. Later Liu Xiu general Deng Yu followed Liu Xiu's will and buried Liu Xuan in Baring near Changan. Liu Xuancai is mediocre with a weak character. Once an emperor, he indulged in the life of the court, and entrusted his affairs to his father-in-law, Zhao Meng, after he was appointed.

Biography

Liu Xuan was a royal family of the Western Han Dynasty and later joined the Green Forest Army. In the chaos of the new year, he became one of the generals of the Green Forest Army. In the three years of the Emperor New Mangdi, the coalition formed by the Green Forest Army and the Fuling Army began to establish power in order to expand its momentum. Liu Xuan was embraced by the main generals of the Green Forest Army as the Han Emperor, and it was founded at the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty. Liu Xuan was the first Emperor in history. The temple was named Han Yanzong. Historically, this regime was called Xuan Han. The establishment of the Emperor Geng Shi caused a larger gap in the already fragile coalition forces, so that Liu Yan's brother Liu Yan was killed later. In the first three years, the Red Eyebrow Army invaded Changan, and Liu Xuan came out and was named the King of Changsha. Soon after, he was killed by the Red Eyebrow Army.

Life story

Liu Xuan (? 25 AD), the word Shenggong, is the sixth-generation grandson of Liu Fa, the king of Changsha in the Han Dynasty . The lineages are as follows: Liu Gao Fuling Festival, Liu Mai, Liu Maisheng Fuling Daihou Liu Xiongqu, Liu Xiongqu giving birth to Cangwu Prince Shou Liu Li, Liu Lisheng Liu Zizhang, Liu Zizhang married Pinglin He He, and Liu Xuan. He is the brother of Liu Xiu.

Liu Xuanben was a mediocre member of the Liu's royal family. He had no great talents and imperial qualifications. Only because of the Western Han Dynasty, was he embroiled in the anti-New Uprising team by the historical trend of the time. When Liu Xuan was young, he also had the habit of chivalrous friends. His brother was killed by others. He banqueted his friends, avenged his brother, and invited the local sheriff to accompany him. Unexpectedly, his friend was drunk and broke the law, but Liu Xuan's hatred was not reported, but he caused trouble first. In order to avoid the disaster, Liu Xuan was forced to flee from Fuling to Pinglin (now northeast of Suixian County, Hubei).

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Eastern Han Dynasty Emperor Guangxiu Liu Xiu founder of the Eastern Han Dynasty in history

The Founding Emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty : List of Emperors of the Eastern Han Dynasty : The Emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Emperor Guangwu, Liu Xiu (before 6-57 years), Han nationality, Caiyang (now southwest of Zaoyang, Hubei). The founding emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty, a famous politician and military strategist in ancient China. At the end of the new dynasty, the country fell apart and the world was in chaos. Liu Xiu, a descendant of the royal family of the Western Han Dynasty, and his brother set off in the hometown of Fuling to compete with the heroes. In 25 AD, Liu Xiu became king in Hebei and established the Eastern Han Dynasty. After more than ten years of unification war, Liu Xiu successively eliminated many separatist forces such as green forest, red eyebrows, hustle and bustle, and Gongsun Shu, and millions of peasant uprising forces, making the dispute since the end of the new era After more than 20 years of war, the land of China was once again unified. After the world was decided, Liu Xiu implemented the national policy of "Wu Wu Xiu Wen" to develop production and promote Confucianism, thereby laying a foundation for the future Eastern Han Dynasty for nearly two hundred years.

Emperor Guangxiu of the Han Dynasty Liu Xiu (6 years to 57 years), uncle Zi Wen, founder of the Eastern Han Dynasty in China.

Liu Xiu is the descendant of the ninth grandson of Emperor Han Gao, the son of Emperor King of the Western Han Dynasty, Changsha King Liu Fa, son of Fuling Festival Hou Liumai, and his father was Nan Dunling Liu Qin and his mother Fan Xian. For generations, they have lived in Caiyang, Nanyang (now southwest of Zaoyang, Hubei), and belong to local tyrants. Since she was young, she has been in love with Yin Lihua , and then she went to Chang'an. Seeing that Jin Wu's car rides very vigorously, he sighed, "The official wife is like Jin Wu and marrying a wife is Yin Lihua."

War time

At that time, Wang Mang was in the dynasty, and the world was in chaos. The Red Eyebrow Army and the Green Forest Army started to fight against Wang Mang. At this time, Liu Xiu and his brother Liu Yan set up troops in Fuling (now Zaoyang County, Hubei), and together with the Green Forest soldiers supported the Emperor Liu Xuan . In 23 years, Liu Xiu led the Green Forest Army by 30,000 to less than Kunyang's annihilation of 420,000, killing its coach Wang Xun and achieving a great victory in Kunyang.

Since then, Liu Yan's brothers have been prestigious and met with suspicion from Liu Xuan. Liu Xiu noticed it, but Liu Yan didn't care and was killed by Liu Xuan. At this time, Liu Xiu was also in danger. He had to thank Liu Xuan and did not dare to mourn for his brother. After Liu Xuan occupied Luoyang, he sent Liu Xiu to visit the northern part of the Yellow River, and Liu Xiu was finally out of danger.

Liu Xiu accumulated strength in Hebei, growing stronger and stronger, and was named the King of Xiao by Liu Xuan. However, Liu Xiu's men continued to persuade him. Finally, in 25 years, Liu Xiu was the emperor in Gaocheng, and he changed the Yuan to Jian Wu. The following year moved to Luoyang, changing Luoyang to "Liyang".

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The Emperor of the Han Dynasty Emperor Liu Zhuang

The second emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty : Liu Zhuang ( 28-75 ), the son of Emperor Guangwu of the Han Dynasty, the Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, had a formidable character. Father Liu Xiu , mother Yin Lihua . The first name was Yang, and the East Sea King. In the nineteenth year of Jianwu, he became the emperor. In February of the second year of Jianwu, he was the emperor. After the emperor Ming was enthroned, everything followed the Guangwu system. Emperor Hanming advocated Confucianism, paid attention to criminal law and grammar. He was strict with politics and took over power without borrowing power. He strictly ordered the concubine's house not to be sealed off and politics, and he took various measures to protect your relatives and heroes. At the same time, he was committed to eliminating the threat of the Northern Hun. In the sixteenth year of Yongping, Ming Dou Gu conquered the Northern Xiongnu. Later, the Western Regions were overrun by classes , and all the Western Regions sent their sons to serve. The following year, the Western Region was restored. In addition, with the normal development of foreign relations, Buddhism has begun to be introduced to China in the late Western Han Dynasty. In the emperor Ming Dynasty, the officials were relatively clear and the territory was stable.

Biography

Emperor Liuzhuang of the Han Dynasty (November 27th, 28th-August 6th, 75th AD), the word Zili, the temple name Han Xianzong, the second Eastern Han emperor. Han Guangwu Emperor Liu Xiu's fourth son, the mother is Yin Lihua. First name Liu Yang, Feng Donghaiwang. In 19th year of Jianwu (43 AD), he was crown prince, and in 2nd AD (57 AD) he succeeded the emperor.

In the eighteenth year of Yongping (75 AD), the sixth day of August (September 5th in the solar calendar), he died in the front hall of the East Palace of Luoyang. He reigned for nineteen years and was forty-eight years old when he died. Burial at Xianjie Tomb (now southeast of Luoyang, Henan). Temple No. Xianzong, No. Xiaoming Emperor.

When the Emperor Ming was in office, the government was very clear and the territory was stable. He was repeatedly sent down to reassure the migrants, used the county's Gongtian to give the poor, loaned food, and built water conservancy. Therefore, at that time, the people's security was nourished and their hukou registered. In the last year of Emperor Guangwu, the registered population in the country was more than 21 million. By the end of the Ming Dynasty, it had surged to more than 34 million in less than 20 years. During the reign of Emperor Ming and Zhang Emperor, a flourishing flourishing situation appeared, which is called "the rule of Mingzhang" in history.

Chronology of events

In 28 AD, Liu Zhuang was born and his first name was Liu Yang. Feng Donghai King.

In 43 AD, Liu Zhuang was named Prince and renamed Zhuang.

In 57 AD, Liu Zhuang was enthroned for the Emperor Hanming.

In 58 AD, his son Han Zhangdi was born.

In AD 62, Yongping was five years old.

In 69 AD, Liu Zhuang ordered the well-known hydraulic engineering experts Wang Jing and Wang Wu to manage the Yellow River.

In the 14th year of Yongping's rebellion, Chu Wangying's rebellion caused thousands of Jingshi nobles and princes who were linked to death, immigration, and prison.

In 73 AD, Liu Zhuang ordered a cavalry unit consisting of southern Xiongnu and Wuxu, Xianbei and other ethnic minorities to launch a northern expedition, opening the prelude to the East Han government's war with northern Xiongnu.

In 75 AD, Liu Zhuang died of illness.

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Emperor Hanzhang Emperor Hanzhang Emperor Hanzhang

The third emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty : the deeds of Emperor Zhang Xun of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Emperor Liu Zong of the Emperor Xiaozong of Suzong (57-88), the fifth son of Emperor Liu Zhuang of the Han Dynasty, mother Jia Guiren. He reigned from 75 to 88 AD for 13 years. Year: Jianchu, Yuanhe, Zhanghe. The temple was Su Zong, and the emperor Xiao Zhang was the emperor after his death. He was only 31 years old.

Incumbent year

Jianchu (9) 76-84, Yuanhe (4) 84-87, Zhanghe (2) 87-88

Biography

Emperor Zhang Xi of the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 58-April 9, 88 AD), the fifth son of Emperor Han Ming. Ming emperor Yongping for three years (60 years), as the crown prince. He ascended the throne in 75 AD, and was reigned from September 5, 75 to April 9, 88, for fourteen years. During his reign, he implemented a generous policy, except for the prohibition that one person had committed major crimes such as treason and his relatives were implicated. Sinners commuted to border areas. Prohibition of torture , according to Shang Shu Chen Chong's proposal, in addition to more than 50 cruel provisions. Salt, iron cooking and private casting are prohibited. Emphasis is placed on the selection of officials, and politically-clear guarantees are given to officials who are able to get a good deal. We will crack down on the merger of land by powerful landlords, adopt preferential policies to recruit people for land reclamation, encourage population growth, and reduce taxation on bondage. Promote Confucianism, eight years after the beginning of the year (83 years), selected high talented students to study "Zuo's Spring and Autumn", "Gu Liang Spring and Autumn", "The Book of Ancient Literature" and "Mao Shi". Due to the divergence of classics scholars, the concentration of Zhu Qing and Ph.D. was equivalent to Bai Huguan's comment on the similarities and differences between the five classics. ), This book systematically absorbs the knowledge of Yin Yang, Wu Xing and Xi Wei, forming the main argument of the school of modern scripture, is the further development of Confucian mysticism since Dong Zhongshu. To reform the calendar, we began to use the "Quarterly Calendar" by Li Fan and others.

After Emperor Zhang was enthroned, he worked hard, focused on farming and mulberry cultivation, built water conservancy, reduced servitude, lived in simple clothes, practiced "rest with the people", and "good Confucianism", which enabled the Eastern Han economy and culture to develop at this time. At this time, thought was also more active, such as Wang Chong. At this time, politics was clear and the economy was booming. Emperor Zhang also sent his class twice beyond the Western Regions, making the Western Regions renamed Han Dynasty. The Ming and Zhang generations generally inherited Guangwu's policy and worked hard to make governance and martial arts have great achievements. Therefore, it is called "the rule of Mingzhang" in history. However, due to the excessive exaggeration of Confucianism, some officials have begged for falsehood and corruption, and have started to corrupt. In addition, Emperor Zhang's excessive indulgence of foreign relatives led to the dictatorship of foreign relatives during the Han and Emperor periods, planting a long-term reason for the dictatorship of foreign relatives and the dictatorship of eunuchs in the future.

Zhang Di is also a calligrapher, his cursive script is very famous, known as "Changcao". In the first month of the 2nd year of Zhang He (88 years), Zhang Di collapsed, and he said "Emperor Xiaozhang" and the temple name "Su Zong", buried in the tomb of Han Jing (now southeast of Luoyang, Henan).

Chronology of events

In 58 AD, Liu Ye was born, adopted by Emperor Ma of the Ming Emperor, and took the Ma family as his foreign family.

In 60 AD, he was made Crown Prince.

In 75 AD, Liu Xie ascended the throne for the Emperor Hanzhang.

In 78 AD, after the death of the Empress Dowager , the rule of "foreign relatives must not be held in power" established by Emperor Guangwu and Ming Emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty finally began to shake. Foreign Qi Dou's Group began to enter the center of political power.

In 79 AD, under the auspices of Emperor Zhangzhang Han, "Bai Hu Tong" was compiled into a book by Ban Gu.

In 85 AD, the Wusun Kingdom of the Western Regions sent a visit to make good friends with the Central Government of the Eastern Han Dynasty. After fighting for years in the Central Plains and the Western Regions, they saw hope for peace again.

In 88 AD, Emperor Liu Zhang of the Han Dynasty died of illness.

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Emperor Han Zhao of the Han Dynasty Emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty who had political aspirations but died early

The fourth emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty : Han and Emperor Liu Zhao , reigned from 88 AD to 105 AD. Born four years after the first year of construction (79 AD), the biological mother was Liang Guiren. The queen Dou raised Liu Zhao as his step-son. In the seventh year of the first year (82 years), Emperor Zhang of the Han Dynasty abolished Prince Liu Qing, and Liu Zhao was established as the Crown Prince. In the two years of Zhang He (88), Emperor Zhangzhang died, and Liu Zhao was enthroned. Emperor Dou, the adoptive mother, ruled. In the fourth year of Yongyuan, Liu Zhao and eunuchs defeated Dou in one net. For 17 years, Yuan Xing died and died at the age of 27. . Buried in Shenling (now southeast of Luoyang, Henan Province).

Biography

Emperor Xiao Zhao of the Eastern Han Dynasty (79 AD-105 AD), the fourth Emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty (88 AD-reigned 105 AD), 17 years of his reign, 27 years of age, he is the fourth son of Emperor Zhang, mother and noble After the death of the Liang family, the emperor was named Xiaohe Emperor, and the temple was Mu Zong (abolished by Dong Zhuo ), who was buried in Shenling. Ji Fa said "not just not soft but peace."

Life story

In the first four years of construction (79 AD), Liang Gui was born into Liu Zhao. Queen Dou adopted Liu Zhao as his own son. Seven years after the beginning of the year (82 AD), Emperor Zhang of the Han Dynasty abolished Prince Liu Qing and made Liu Zhao the Prince. In the two years of Zhanghe (88), Emperor Zhangzhang died. When Liu Zhao was enthroned, he was for the Han Dynasty and Emperor. At that time, he was only ten years old, and his mother-in-law, Dou Dou, was in power. From then on, the Han Dynasty changed from stability to chaos, and the foreign relatives and eunuchs successively came to power. During the reign of the Emperor, the Eastern Han Dynasty was in decline. As soon as the family broke the law, the queen mother Dou sheltered again and again, the domineering domineering of Dou's family aroused the dissatisfaction of the Han and Emperor. On June 23 (August 14, 1992) of the fourth year of the Yuan Dynasty in the fourth year of the Yuan Dynasty, the Emperor Zheng of the Han Dynasty and the Emperor Zheng Zhong swept the Dou all in one shot, but this also entered the period of eunuch's dictatorship. On the 22nd day of the second year of Yuanxing in the first year of Yuanxing (February 13, 105), the Han and Emperor ended in depression. During the reign of the Han and Emperor, science and technology and culture developed greatly. Cai Lun improved the papermaking technique, and Ban Gu and Ban Zhao wrote the Han Book. Gan Ying paid a visit to Daqin. In addition, Dou Xian's demise of the Northern Hun in the early years of Hedi was also a major event in world history.

Chronology of events

In AD 79, the fourth son of Emperor Hanzhang Liu Zhao was born.

In 82 AD, Liu Zhao was made Prince.

In 88 AD, Liu Zhao was enthroned for the Han and Emperor.

In 89 AD, in response to the request of the Southern Xiongnu, the Eastern Han government sent Dou Xian to lead the army together with the Southern Xiongnu to fight against the Northern Xiongnu and defeat the Northern Xiongnu.

In 91 AD, General Geng Biao defeated the Northern Xiongnu again and drove the Xiongnu forces out of the Mobei area.

In 92 AD, the Emperor Han and the Emperor relied on eunuchs to remove the Qi Dou family in one fell swoop. The eunuch's power began.

In 106 AD, Han and Emperor Liu Zhao died.

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Conclusion

The Han Dynasty was a powerful empire that created a glorious civilization. The Han Empire and the Roman Empire and the Peacock Dynasty of India were the most advanced civilizations in the world at that time. The social and political system established during the Han Dynasty continued until the 20th century. To this day, the Chinese still call themselves "Han", and the Central Plains tribal group, which is dominated by the Huaxia in the Chinese nation, is slowly being collectively referred to as "Han" and its writing system is also called "Chinese".

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