Emperor Muzong

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Li Fengji - During Emperor Muzong's Reign
... After Emperor Xianzong died in 820 and was succeeded by Li Heng (as Emperor Muzong), Li Fengji was moved to be the military governor of Shannan East Circuit ... As he had previously attended to Emperor Muzong's studies, he sent messengers to plead with Emperor Muzong's close associates, requesting to be recalled ... Emperor Muzong initially could not decide, but soon thereafter, when the prefects of three of Xuanwu's prefectures, Song (宋州, in modern Shangqiu, Henan), Bo (亳州, in modern ...
Empress Dowager Guo (Muzong) - As Empress Dowager and Grand Empress Dowager - During Emperor Muzong's Reign
... After Emperor Muzong took the throne, he took much effort to posthumously honor Empress Dowager Guo's male ancestors and her mother, as well as give her older brothers Guo Zhao ... when Empress Dowager Guo visited Huaqing Palace (華清宮, known for its hot springs), Emperor Muzong joined her there, although he returned to the capital Chang'an after just one day and she spent several days there ... In 824, Emperor Muzong became seriously ill, and by his orders, his son and crown prince Li Zhan was made regent ...
Emperor Muzong Of Tang
... Emperor Muzong of Tang (唐穆宗) (795 – February 25, 824), personal name Li Heng (李恆), né Li You (李宥) (name changed 812), was an emperor of the Tang Dynasty of China ... Emperor Muzong was the son of Emperor Xianzong ... He was created crown prince in 812 during the reign of Emperor Xianzong and, after Emperor Xianzong was allegedly assassinated by an eunuch, Li Heng was proclaimed emperor in 820 ...
Wang Chengzong - Submission To Imperial Authority
... (蔡州) and captured Wu Yuanji, whom Emperor Xianzong subsequently executed ... With Tian interceding on Wang's behalf, Emperor Xianzong agreed, accepting Wang's submission and restoring his titles ... When Emperor Xianzong subsequently waged a campaign against Li Shidao, who made a similar offer to Emperor Xianzong but then reneged, Wang Chengzong's brother Wang Chengyuan suggested ...
Li Jiang - During Emperor Muzong's Reign
... In 820, after Emperor Xianzong died and was succeeded by his son Emperor Muzong, Huangfu Bo was exiled, and Li Jiang was recalled to again serve as minister of defense ... As Emperor Muzong was often spending time on tours and games, Li Jiang tried to correct his behavior, but Emperor Muzong would not follow his advice ...

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