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Emperor Zhi of Han China

zh-cn:漢质帝 zh-tw:漢質帝

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Emperor Zhi of Han China, trad. ch 漢質帝;, sim. ch 漢质帝, py. hn zh d, 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.

Personal information

Family name Liu (劉 li) in Chinese
Given name Zuan (纘 py. zŭan)
Era name Benchu (本初 py. bĕn chū) 146
Major concubines
Duration of reign 16 months from 145 to 146
Temple name
Courtesy name
Posthumous name 孝質 (py. xio zh), literary meaning: "filial and upright"
Posthumous name in short 質 (py. zh) , literary meaning: "upright"

Preceded by:
Emperor Chong of Han China
Eastern Han Dynasty Succeeded by:
Emperor Huan of Han China