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Emperor Shun of Han China

zh-cn:漢顺帝 zh-tw:漢順帝

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Emperor Shun of Han China, trad. ch 漢順帝;, sim. ch 漢顺帝, py. hn shn d, wg. Han Shun-ti, (115-144) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.

Personal information

 
Family name Liu (劉 li) in Chinese
Given name Bao (保 py. bo)
Era name Yongjian (永建 py. yŏng jan) 126-132
Yangjia (陽嘉 py. yng jīa) 132-135
Yonghe (永和 py. yŏng h) 136-141
Hanan (漢安 py. hn ān) 142-144
Jiankang (建康 py. jan kāng) 144
Father Emperor An of Han China
Mother consort Li
Wife empress Liang Na, then Empress Dowager Liang
Major concubines consort Yu
Children Emperor Chong of Han China
Duration of reign 125-144
Tomb
Temple name
Courtesy name
Posthumous name 孝順 (py. xio shn), literary meaning: "filial and submissive"
Posthumous name in short 順 (py. shn) , literary meaning: "submissive"

Preceded by:
Marquess of Beixiang of Han China
Eastern Han Dynasty Succeeded by:
Emperor Chong of Han China