Jin: Emperors: 317-403 - Archontology.org

Jin: Emperors: 317-403

Each ruler is recorded under the following protocol: temple name (miàohào | 廟號) || 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: Sīmǎ (司馬)
Wáng ()
6 Apr 317 - 26 Apr 318 Zhōngzōng (中宗) [323] || Sīmǎ Ruì (司馬睿)
   
Huángdì (皇帝)
26 Apr 318 - 3 Jan 323 Zhōngzōng (中宗) [323] || Sīmǎ Ruì (司馬睿) (x)
  courtesy name: Jǐngwén (景文)
  posthumous name: Yuán huángdì (元皇帝) [323]
   
4 Jan 323 - 18 Oct 325 Sùzǔ (肅祖) [325] || Sīmǎ Shào (司馬紹)
  courtesy name: Dàojī (道畿)
  posthumous name: Míng huángdì (明皇帝) [325]
   
19 Oct 325 - 26 Jul 342 Xiǎnzōng (顯宗) [342] || Sīmǎ Yǎn (司馬衍)
  courtesy name: Shìgēn (世根)
  posthumous name: Chéng huángdì (成皇帝) [342]
   
27 Jul 342 - 17 Nov 344 no temple name bestowed || Sīmǎ Yuè (司馬岳)
  courtesy name: Shìtóng (世同)
  posthumous name: Kāng huángdì (康皇帝) [344]
   
18 Nov 344 - 10 Jul 361 Xiàozōng (孝宗) [361] || Sīmǎ Dān (司馬聃)
  courtesy name: Péngzi (彭子)
  posthumous name: Mù huángdì (穆皇帝) [361]
   
13 Jul 361 - 30 Mar 365 no temple name bestowed || Sīmǎ Pī (司馬丕)
  courtesy name: Qiānlíng (千齡)
  posthumous name: Āi huángdì (哀皇帝) [365]
   
31 Mar 365 - 6 Jan 372 no temple name bestowed || Sīmǎ Yì (司馬奕) [1]
  courtesy name: Yánlíng (延齡)
  common reference (byname): Fèidì (廢帝) [2]
   
6 Jan 372 - 12 Sep 372 Tàizōng (太宗) [372] || Sīmǎ Yù (司馬昱)
  courtesy name: Dàowàn (道萬)
  posthumous name: Jiǎn wén huángdì (簡文皇帝) [372]
   
12 Sep 372 - 6 Nov 396 no temple name bestowed || Sīmǎ Yào (司馬曜)
  courtesy name: Chāngmíng (昌明)
  posthumous name: Xiào wǔ huángdì (孝武皇帝)
   
7 Nov 396 - 20 Dec 403 no temple name bestowed || Sīmǎ Dézōng (司馬德宗) [3]
  alternative name: Sīmǎ Língbǎo (司馬靈寶)
  courtesy name: Dézōng (德宗)
  posthumous name: Ān huángdì (安皇帝) [419]
   

[1] Deposed and demoted to prince: Dōnghǎi wáng (東海王) [372]; created duke: Hǎixī [xiàn] gōng (海西[縣]公) [372]
[2] The epithet Fèidì (廢帝), used by historians, is the term meaning "deposed emperor".
[3] Abdicated and demoted to prince: Pínggù wáng (平固王) [404]; restored to the throne on 21 Jun 404.
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