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Prince of Hongnong
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The Prince of Hongnong, (trad. ch.: 漢弘農王; sim. ch.: 汉弘农王; py.: Hàn Hóng Nóng Wáng; also translated as "King of Hongnong"), was briefly an emperor of China during the Han dynasty. His posthumous imperial name was Shaodi, which he shares with several other emperor's with brief reigns. He came to power in 189 and was deposed and then poisoned by Dong Zhuo in the same year.
|Family name||Liu (劉 liú) in Chinese|
|Given name||Bian (辯 py. b́an)|
Guangxi (光熹 py. gūang xī) 189
|Father||Emperor Ling of Han China|
|Mother||Empress Dowager He|
|Duration of reign||189|
|Posthumous name in short|
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