Li Duozuo

Li Duozuo (Chinese: 李多祚; pinyin: Lǐ Duōzuò) (died August 7, 707), formally the Prince of Liaoyang (遼陽王), was an ethnically Mohe general of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty and Wu Zetian's Zhou Dynasty. He is mostly known for his participation in the successful coup of 705 that overthrew Wu Zetian and returned her son Emperor Zhongzong to the throne, and the failed coup of 707 in which Emperor Zhongzong's son Li Chongjun tried to overthrow Emperor Zhongzong's wife Empress Wei.

Read more about Li Duozuo:  Background, During Wu Zetian's Regency and Reign, Coup of 705, Coup of 707

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