Emperor Shunzong

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Li Shigu - As Jiedushi
... Later in the year, Emperor Daizong's son Emperor Dezong, then emperor, approved and made Li Shigu the new military governor ... Emperor Dezong then sent eunuchs to intervene Wang then withdrew ... Subsequently, by order of Emperor Dezong, Li Shigu tore down Sancha's walls, but thereafter often encouraged people who had offended the imperial government to join him ...
Li Fan (Tang Dynasty) - During Emperor Shunzong's Reign
... In 805, Emperor Dezong died and was succeeded by his son Emperor Shunzong ... When Emperor Shunzong, in turn, created his son Li Chun crown prince ... While Li Chun was not yet emperor, Wang Chun nevertheless changed his name to Wang Shao (王紹) to observe naming taboo, and the popular sentiment at the time believed that it ...
Consort Niu
... She was a concubine to Emperor Shunzong (Li Song) ... but it appeared to be during the time that he was serving as crown prince under his father Emperor Dezong ... In 805, after Emperor Dezong's death, Li Song became emperor (as Emperor Shunzong) ...
Li Qi (military Governor) - During Emperor Shunzong's Reign
... Emperor Dezong died in 805, and his son Emperor Shunzong took the throne ... Soon after Emperor Shunzong became emperor, he made Li Qi the military governor of Zhenhai Circuit (i.e ...
Wei Gao - As Jiedushi of Xichuan Circuit - After Nanzhao's Resubmission
... Meanwhile, it was said that he kept in Emperor Dezong's good graces by offering daily tributes to Emperor Dezong ... In 801, with Emperor Dezong ordering him to attack Tufan to divert Tufan's attentions from the northern regions, he, in joint operaiton with Yimouxun, attacked a number of Tufan outposts ... To reward Wei, Emperor Dezong gave him honorary titles of acting Situ (司徒, one of the Three Excellencies) as well as Zhongshu Ling (中書令), and created him the Prince of Nankang ...

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