Chongzhen Emperor

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Chongzhen Emperor
Ming Chongzhen.jpg
16t Emperor o the Ming dynasty
Ring 2 October 1627 – 25 Apryle 1644
Coronation 2 October 1627
Predecessor Tianqi Emperor
Successor Hongguang Emperor (o the Soothren Ming)
Born 6 Februar 1611(1611-02-06)
Forbidden Ceety, Beijing, Ming dynasty
Dee'd 25 Apryle 1644(1644-04-25) (aged 33)
Jingshan, Beijing, Ming dynasty
Buirial Ming tombs, Beijing, Cheenae
Spouse Empress Zhuangliemin
Noble Consort Gongshu
Noble Consort Yuan
Consort Shun
Consort Shen
Consort Wang[1]
Consort Wang[2]
Consort Liu
Consort Fang
Issue Zhu Cilang, Croun Prince Xianmin
Zhu Cixuan, Prince Yin o Huai
Zhu Cijiong, Prince Ai o Ding
Zhu Cizhao, Prince Dao o Yong
Zhu Cihuan, Prince Ling o Ding
Zhu Cican, Prince Huai o Dao
Prince Liang of Dao
Princess Kunyi
Zhu Meichuo, Princess Changping
Princess Zhaoren
Full name
Faimily name: Zhu (朱)
Given name: Youjian (由檢)
Era name and dates
Chongzhen (崇禎): 5 February 1628 – 25 April 1644
Posthumous name
Emperor Zhaotian Yidao Gangming Kejian Kuiwen Fenwu Dunren Maoxiao Lie
紹天繹道剛明恪儉揆文奮武敦仁懋孝烈皇帝
Temple name
Ming Sizong (明思宗)[3]
Hoose House of Zhu
Faither Taichang Emperor
Mither Empress Dowager Xiaochun

The Chongzhen Emperor (simplifeed Cheenese: 崇祯; traditeeonal Cheenese: 崇禎; pinyin: Chóngzhēn; 6 Februar 1611 – 25 Apryle 1644), personal name Zhu Youjian (simplifeed Cheenese: 朱由检; traditeeonal Cheenese: 朱由檢; pinyin: Zhū Yóujiǎn), wis the 16t an last emperor o the Ming dynasty in Cheenae, ringin frae 1627–1644. "Chongzhen," the era name o his ring, means "honourable an auspicious."

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  3. In 1644, Zhu Yousong, wha haed proclaimed himsel the Hongguang Emperor o the Soothren Ming dynasty, gae the Chongzhen Emperor the temple name "Sizong". In historical texts, "Sizong" is the maist common temple name o the Chongzhen Emperor, iven tho the Soothren Ming rulers haed cheenged "Sizong" tae "Yizong" (毅宗) an than tae "Weizong" (威宗). In the Qing dynasty, the Chongzhen Emperor's temple name was changed to "Huaizong" (懷宗).