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Emperor Shang of Han China, ch 漢殤帝, py. Hàn Shāng dì, wg. Han Shang-ti, (late October or early November 105 - August or September 106) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty and the fifth emperor of the Chinese Eastern Han Dynasty.
Placed on the throne by Empress Dowager Deng when he was just more than 100 days of age. The child was chosen over two older brothers of Liu Long, who were born from a consort. This was done to prolong the rule of the Empress-dowager?s family. Knowing that a child, let alone a baby could not rule, the power of Empress would be solidified.
Deng also brought up Liu Hu (劉祜 Líu Hù), twelve-year-old cousin of Shangdi and future Han Aidi, in the palace to be the successor of the throne in case of anything happened to the baby emperor. Liu Hu acceded when Shangdi passed away in August or September 106. Dowager Deng still remained as regent.
A decree by Deng during this reign shed light on bureaucratic inefficiency.
|Family name||Liu (劉 liú) in Chinese|
|Given name||Long (隆 py. lóng)|
|Era name||Yanping (延平 py. yán píng) 106-107|
|Father||Emperor He of Han China (second son of)|
|Duration of reign||February - September 106|
|Posthumous name||孝殤 (py. xiào shāng dì), literary meaning: "filial and die-young"|
|Posthumous name in short||殤 (py. shāng) , literary meaning: "die-young"|
Emperor He of Han China
|Eastern Han Dynasty||Succeeded by:
Emperor An of Han China