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King of Hongnong of Han China

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zh-tw:漢弘農王 zh-cn:漢弘农王

King or Prince of Hongnong of Han China, trad. ch 漢弘農王, sim. ch 漢弘农王, py. hàn hóng nóng wáng, wg. Han Hung-nung-wang, (d. 189) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty. Dong Zhuo had him desposed and later poisoned.

Personal information

Family name Liu (劉 liú) in Chinese
Given name Bian (辯 py. b́an)
Era name Guangxi (光熹 py. gūang xī) 189
Zhaoning (昭寧 py. zhāo níng) 189
Father Emperor Ling of Han China
Mother Empress Dowager He
Major concubines
Duration of reign 189
Temple name
Courtesy name
Posthumous name
Posthumous name in short

Preceded by:
Emperor Ling of Han China
Eastern Han Dynasty Succeeded by:
Emperor Xian of Han China