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Empress Dowager Lu Huinan - As Grand Empress Dowager and Empress Dowager Chongxian
... He honored his grandmother as grand empress dowager ... The mutineers supported Emperor Xiaowu's younger brother Liu Yu, whom Empress Dowager Lu had raised, as Emperor Ming ... Initially, the imperial officials, who apparently viewed Empress Dowager Lu in low esteem, wanted to have her empress dowager title stripped, and for her to be moved out of the ...
Emperor Ming Of Liu Song - Early Reign: Victory Over Liu Zixun and Loss of Northern Provinces
... Emperor Ming posthumously honored his mother Consort Shen as Empress Dowager Xuan but, because he was raised by Emperor Xiaowu's mother Grand Empress Dowager Lu, he continued to honor her as empress dowager ... Yuzhang, and his sister Liu Chuyu the Princess Kuaiji, both born also of Empress Wang Xianyuan and both of whom participated in his ill-fated governance, to commit suicide.) He created his wife Princess Wang Zhenfeng ... In spring 466, Deng Wan, claiming to have received a secret edict from Liu Zixun's grandmother Empress Dowager Lu Huinan, declared Liu Zixun emperor ...
Emperor Taizong Of Song - Military Campaigns - Second Campaign Against Liao Dynasty
... As Emperor Shenzong was too young to rule the kingdom, Empress Dowager Xiao became the regent ... However, this time, Empress Dowager Xiao and Yel├╝ Xiuge each led an army to support Zhuo ... In 988, the Liao armies led by Empress Dowager Xiao attacked the Song border again ...

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