Gaozong

Gaozong (高宗) is the temple name of several Chinese Emperors. It can refer to:

  • Emperor Yuan of Han (reign: 49 BC–33 BC)
  • Emperor Gaozong of Tang (reign: 649–683)
  • Emperor Gaozong of Song (reign: 1127–1162)
  • Qianlong Emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty (reign: 1735-1796)

Other articles related to "gaozong":

Liu Congyi - Background
... Liu Xiangdao served as a chancellor during the reign of Emperor Gaozong, and Liu Xiangdao's son Liu Jingxian served as a chancellor late in the reign of Emperor Gaozong as well as the ...
Lai Ji
... Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, serving as a chancellor during the reign of Emperor Gaozong ... He later offended Emperor Gaozong by opposing the ascension of Emperor Gaozong's second wife Empress Wu (later known as Wu Zetian) and was exiled to be a prefect in the extreme western part of the state ... His brother Lai Heng also served as a chancellor during Emperor Gaozong's reign ...
Lou Shide - During Emperor Gaozong's Reign
... During the reign of Emperor Taizong's son Emperor Gaozong, when Tang was having recurrent wars with Tufan ... Emperor Gaozong sought volunteers to serve in the army against Tufan, and Lou Shide volunteered ... Emperor Gaozong was pleased, and gave him the honorific title of Chaosan Daifu (朝散大夫) and allowed him to serve in the army, and it was said that he had much achievement in the army ...
Emperor Gaozong Of Song - Biography
... Gaozong was the 9th son of Emperor Huizong and the younger half-brother of Emperor Qinzong ... Gaozong was a regional ruler in the Northern Song dynasty ... fighting and significant military success, Gaozong settled on a pacifist stance ...
Li Yifu
... was a chancellor of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty, during the reign of Emperor Gaozong ... He became particularly powerful because of his support for Emperor Gaozong's second wife Empress Wu (later known as Wu Zetian) when her ascension was opposed by then-chancellors, and he had a reputation for treachery ... of corruption, he was removed from his post and exiled, and in 666, after Emperor Gaozong had declared a general pardon but excepted the long-term exiles from the ...