Li Chongfu

Li Chongfu (李重福) (680? – September 10, 710) was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty. He was a son of Emperor Zhongzong, but was not favored during Emperor Zhongzong's reign and was exiled. After Emperor Zhongzong's death in 710 and a subsequent coup by Li Chongfu's cousin Li Longji the Prince of Linzi and Li Chongfu's aunt Princess Taiping placed Li Longji's father Emperor Ruizong on the throne, Li Chongfu try to rise against Emperor Ruizong, to claim the throne himself, but was quickly defeated, and he killed himself by drowning.

Read more about Li ChongfuDuring Emperor Gaozong's Reign and The First Reigns of Emperors Zhongzong and Ruizong, During Wu Zetian's Reign, During Emperor Zhongzong's Second Reign, Death, Ancestry

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