- Yonghui (永徽 yǒng huī) 650–656
- Xianqing (顯慶 xiǎn qìng) 656–661
- Longshuo (龍朔 lóng shuò) 661–663
- Linde (麟德 lín dé) 664–666
- Qianfeng (乾封 qián fēng) 666–668
- Zongzhang (總章 zǒng zhāng) 668–670
- Xianheng (咸亨 xián hēng) 670–674
- Shangyuan (上元 shàng yuán) 674–676
- Yifeng (儀鳳 yí fèng) 676–679
- Tiaolu (調露 tiáo lù) 679–680
- Yonglong (永隆 yǒng lóng) 680–681
- Kaiyao (開耀 kāi yào) 681–682
- Yongchun (永淳 yǒng chún) 682–683
- Hongdao (弘道 hóng dào) 683
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