Emperor Xiaowu

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Huan Xuan - Early Career
... and his wife, Sima Xingnan (司馬興男) the Princess of Nankang, the daughter of Emperor Ming of Jin ... and did not give him governmental posts until 391, when he became an assistant to Emperor Xiaowu's crown prince Sima Dezong (later Emperor An) ... Around this time, he had an encounter with Emperor Xiaowu's younger brother Sima Daozi the Prince of Kuaiji that went badly—as at one feast where Sima Daozi invited Huan Xuan as a guest ...
Shen Youzhi - Service Under Emperors Wen and Xiaowu
... Shen Shuren (沈叔仁) was an army officer under Emperor Wen's brother Liu Yiji (劉義季) the Prince of Hengyang and was a cousin of the famed general Shen ... In 453, Emperor Wen was assassinated by his crown prince Liu Shao, who then seized the throne ... After Liu Shao was defeated and killed and Liu Jun became emperor (as Emperor Xiaowu), Shen Youzhi was created the Marquess of Pingluo and promoted ...
Chu Yuan - Background
... His father was Chu Danzhi (褚湛之), a general under Emperor Wen, who married Emperor Wen's sister Princess Shi'an ... After Princess Shi'an died, Chu Danzhi married Emperor Wen's daughter Princess Wu ... After Emperor Wen was assassinated by his crown prince Liu Shao in 453, Liu Shao took over as emperor and tried to make Chu Danzhi loyal to him by giving him ...
Consort Chen Guinü
... She was Emperor Xiaowu's concubine ... as beautiful and skilled in music, and she was selected to be a concubine for Emperor Xiaowu ... She died in 390, still during Emperor Xiaowu's reign ...
Liu Zixun - Background
... Liu Zixun was born in 456, as Emperor Xiaowu's third son ... He was Emperor Xiaowu's third son ... In 460, at age four, Emperor Xiaowu created him the Prince of Jin'an, and starting in 463, he started to be rotated as a provincial governor, with staff members ...

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