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Emperor Xian of Han China

zh-cn:漢灵帝 zh-tw:漢靈帝

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Emperor Xian of Han China, trad. ch 漢獻帝;, sim. ch 漢献帝, py. hn xan d, wg. Han Hsien-ti, (181-234) was last emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty. He abdicated in favor of Cao Pi and was given the title of Duke of Shanyang ("Shanyang gong").

Personal information

Family name Liu (劉 li) in Chinese
Given name Xie (協 py. xe)
Era name Yonghan (永漢 py. yŏng hn) 189
Chuping (初平 py. chū png) 190-193
Xingping (興平 py. xīng png) 194-195
Jianan (建安 py. jan ān) 196-220
Yankang (延康 py. yn kāng) 220
Father Emperor Ling of Han China
Mother consort Wang
Wife 1) empress Fu
2) empress Cao (d. 220)
Major concubines
Duration of reign 189 to 220
Temple name
Courtesy name
Posthumous name 孝獻 (py. xio xan), literary meaning: "filial and dedicating"
Posthumous name in short 献 (py. xan) , literary meaning: "dedicating"

Preceded by:
King of Hongnong of Han China
Eastern Han Dynasty Succeeded by: