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Emperor Ai of Han China, ch 漢哀帝, py. hàn āi dì, wg. Han Ai-ti, (51 BC - 7 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty. The emperor and Dong Xian were lovers, same sex relationships and attractions being called "the passions of the cut sleeve" after a story that rather than disturb the sleeping Dong Xian, Ai cut off his sleeve.
|Family name||Liu (劉 liú) in Chinese|
|Given name||Xin (欣 py. xīn)|
|Era name||Jianping (建平 py. jìan píng) 6 BC-3 BC|
Yuanshou (元壽 py. yúan shòu) 2 BC-1 BC
|Father||Prince Kang of Dingtao of Dingtao, half-brother of Emperor Cheng of Han China|
|Wives||empress Ding (deposed 18 BC)|
|Duration of reign||7 BC-1 BC|
|Posthumous name||孝哀 (py. xiào āi), literary meaning: "filial and lamentable"|
|Posthumous name in short||哀 (py. āi), literary meaning: "lamentable"|
Emperor Cheng of Han China
|Western Han Dynasty||Succeeded by:
Emperor Ping of Han China