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Emperor Mu of Jin China (340 or 341-March 30, 365) was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420).
Various character and romanization representations
|Family name||Sima (司馬 py. Sīmǎ) in Chinese|
|Given name||Pi (丕 py. Pī)|
|Era names||Longhe (隆和 py. Lónghé) March 2 362-February 5, 357
Xingning (Simplified Chinese character 兴宁, Traditional Chinese character 興寧, py. Xīngníng) February 6, 357-July 10 361
|Wife||(née) Wang Muzhi (王穆之) (d. February 22 365), childless and revered Queen Jing (靖皇后, literary meaning: the pacifiying queen)|
|Duration of reign||July 13, 361-March 30, 365|
|Tomb||Anping Tomb ch. 安平陵, believed to be near Nanjing|
|Courtesy name||千龄, py. Qiānlíng, literay meaning: "thousand ages"|
|Posthumous name||哀, py. Aī, literary meaning: "lamentable"|
|Jin Dynasty (265-420)||Succeeded by: