Ruzi Ying

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Ruzi Ying
Emperor of the Han dynasty
Reign6–9 CE
PredecessorEmperor Ping of Han
SuccessorGengshi Emperor of Han
Born5 CE
Died25 CE

Ruzi Ying (5 – February or March 25 AD)[1] was the latest leader of the Western Han Dynasty in China.[2][3] He ruled the Han Empire since 6 CE to 9 AD.

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  1. 1st month of the 1st year of the Jian'wu era, per Emperor Guangwu's biography in Book of the Later Han. The month corresponds to 17 Feb to 17 Mar 25 in the Julian calendar.
  2. Mao, Zedong; Kau, M. Y. M.; Leung, Laifong (2019-07-23). The Writings: v. 2: January 1956-December 1957. Routledge. p. 193. ISBN 978-1-317-45379-6.
  3. San, Tan Koon (2014-08-15). Dynastic China: An Elementary History. The Other Press. p. 97. ISBN 978-983-9541-88-5.