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Emperor Cheng of Han China

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Emperor Cheng of Han China, ch 漢成帝, py. hn chng d, wg. Han Ch'eng-ti, (51 BC - 7 BC) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.

Personal information

Family name Liu (劉 li) in Chinese
Given name Ao (驁 py. o)
Era name Jianshi (建始 py. jan shĭ) 32 BC-28 BC
Heping (河平 py. h png) 28 BC-25 BC
Yangshuo(陽朔 py. yng sho) 24 BC-21 BC
Hongjia (鴻嘉 py. hng jīa) 20 BC-17 BC
Yongshi (永始 py. yŏng shĭ) 16 BC-13 BC
Yuanyan (元延 py. yan yn) 12 BC-9 BC
Suihe (綏和 py. sūi h) 8 BC-7 BC
Father Emperor Yuan of Han China
Mother Grand Empress Dowager Wang, aunt of Wang Mang
Wives empress Xu (deposed 18 BC)
empress Zhao Feiyan (murdered 1 BC)
Major concubiness consort Pan
consort Zhao (suicide 7 BC, younger sister of empress Zhao Feiyan)
Children 2 sons by consorts, murdered 11 BC
Duration of reign 33 BC-7 BC
Temple name
Courtesy name
Posthumous name 孝成 (py. xio chng), literary meaning: "filial and established" or "filial and successful"
Posthumous name in short 成 (py. chng), literary meaning: "established" or "successful"

Preceded by:
Emperor Yuan of Han China
Western Han Dynasty Succeeded by:
Emperor Ai of Han China