Shi Hong

Shi Hong (石弘) (313–334), courtesy name Daya (大雅), was briefly an emperor of the Chinese/Jie state Later Zhao after the death of his father Shi Le, Later Zhao's founder. Because after his cousin Shi Hu deposed him, he was created the Prince of Haiyang (海陽王), he is sometimes known by that title.

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... In 330, Shi Le assumed the title "Heavenly Prince" (Tian Wang) and made his wife Lady Liu the princess and his son Shi Hong the crown prince he granted another son, Shi Hong (石宏, note ... This drew secret ire from Shi Hu, who felt that as the general who contributed the most to Shi Le's campaign successes, he should have been the crown prince or at least Grand ... Later that year, Shi assumed the title of emperor and made Princess Liu the empress ...
Shi Hong - Personal Information
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Shi Hu - During Shi Le's Reign As Later Zhao Prince/emperor
... After Shi Le's establishment of Later Zhao, he, even more so than before, extensively relied on Shi Hu to defeat major enemies ... The major battles that Shi Hu engaged in included 320 - Shi Hu captured Shao Xu (邵續), the Jin governor of Ji Province (冀州, modern western Shandong), one of the last major. 321 - Shi Hu captured Duan Pidi (段匹磾), the Jin governor of You Province (幽州, modern Beijing, Tianjin, and northern Hebei, even though he was no longer in ...
Shi Hu - Coup Against Shi Hong
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