Liu Sheng

Liu Sheng (simplified Chinese: 刘胜; traditional Chinese: 劉勝; pinyin: Liú Shèng, Liú Shēng), Prince Jing of Zhongshan (Chinese: 中山靖王; pinyin: Zhōngshān Jìngwáng, died 113 BC), was a Chinese prince of the Western Han dynasty. His father was Emperor Jing, and he was the elder brother of Emperor Wu of Han. He is most renowned now for his tomb, which is one of the most important archaeological sites pertaining to the Western Han imperial family, whose contents include the jade burial suits which encased him and his wife, Dou Wan.

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