Shu Han: Ruler and Emperors: 219-264 - Archontology.org

Shu Han: Ruler and Emperors: 219-264

Each ruler is recorded under the following protocol: personal name (míng | ), considered tabooed (huì | ) upon accession; courtesy name (zì | ); posthumous name (shì | ). The years of bestowal or change are given in brackets.
Ruling House: Liú ()
Hànzhōng wáng (漢中王)
17 Sep 219 - 15 May 221 Liú Bèi (劉備)
   
Huángdì (皇帝)
15 May 221 - 10 Jun 223 Liú Bèi (劉備) (x)
  courtesy name: Xuándé (玄德)
  posthumous name: Zhāo liè huángdì (昭烈皇帝) [223]
   
Jun/Jul 223 - Dec 263/Jan 264 Liú Shàn (劉禪) [1][2][3]
  courtesy name: Gōngsì (公嗣)
  common reference (byname): Hòuzhǔ (後主) [4]
   

[1] Acceded to the throne in the fifth month of the lunar year (16 Jun 223 - 15 Jul 223).
[2] Nobility title (after relinquishing imperial dignity): Ānlè gōng (安樂公) [conferred by the ruler of Cao Wei, 264].
[3] Military defeat and occupation of Shu Han by the armies of Cao Wei occurred in the eleventh month of the lunar year (18 Dec 263 - 15 Jan 264).
[4] The epithet Hòuzhǔ (後主), used by historians, is the term meaning "later lord".
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