Emperor Taizong o Tang

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Tang Taizong
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Emperor o the Tang dynasty
Ring4 September 626 – 10 July 649
PredecessorEmperor Gaozu
SuccessorEmperor Gaozong
Born28 Januar 598[1]
Qingshan Pailace[2] in Wugong,[3] Sui China
Dee'd10 Julie 649 (aged 51)[4]
Cuiwei Pailace in Chang'an, Tang Cheenae
BuirialZhao Mausoleum
Full name
Faimily name: Li (李)
Gien name: Shimin (世民)
Era name and dates
Zhenguan (貞觀): 4 September 626 – 10 July 649
Posthumous name
Short: Wen Huangdi (文皇帝)
Full: Wen Wu Dasheng Daguang Xiao Huangdi[lower-alpha 1]
文武大聖大廣孝皇帝[lower-alpha 2]
Temple name
Taizong (太宗)
HooseHoose o Li
FaitherEmperor Gaozu o Tang
MitherDuchess Dou
Tang Taizong
Cheenese唐太宗
Leeteral meanin"Great Ancestor of the Tang"
Qin Wang
Cheenese秦王
Leeteral meaninPrince of Qin
Li Shimin
Cheenese李世民
Leeteral meanin(personal name)

Emperor Taizong o Tang (28 Januar 598  – 10 Julie 649), previously Prince o Qin, personal name Li Shimin, wis the seicont emperor o the Tang dynasty o Cheenae, rulin frae 626 tae 649.

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  1. Gien in feenal version as o 754.
  2. [Aboot this soondListen ]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Directory of historical figures. Pasadena: Salem Press. 2000. p. 613. ISBN 978-0-89356-334-9. 
  2. Picken, Laurence E.R.; Nickson, Noël J., eds. (2007). Music from the Tang Court. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 17. ISBN 978-0-521-62100-7. 
  3. Sen, Tansen (2003). Buddhism, diplomacy, and trade. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. p. 66. ISBN 978-0-8248-2593-5. 
  4. McNair, Amy (2007). Donors of Longmen: Faith, politics and patronage in medieval Chinese Buddhist sculpture. Honolulu: University of Hawaii press. p. 88. ISBN 978-0-8248-2994-0.