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Emperor Zhi of Han China, trad. ch 漢質帝;, sim. ch 漢质帝, py. hàn zhí dì, wg. Han Chih-ti, (138-146) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty. He was a great-great-grandson of Emperor Zhang His reign was dominated by Liang Ji, the brother of Empress Dowager Liang and suspected mastermind of the fatal poisoning of the emperor.
|Family name||Liu (劉 liú) in Chinese|
|Given name||Zuan (纘 py. zŭan)|
|Era name||Benchu (本初 py. bĕn chū) 146|
|Duration of reign||16 months from 145 to 146|
|Posthumous name||孝質 (py. xiào zhí), literary meaning: "filial and upright"|
|Posthumous name in short||質 (py. zhí) , literary meaning: "upright"|
Emperor Chong of Han China
|Eastern Han Dynasty||Succeeded by:
Emperor Huan of Han China