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Emperor Mu of Jin China (340 or 341-March 30, 365) was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420).

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Personal information

Family name Sima (司馬 py. Sīmǎ) in Chinese
Given name Pi (丕 py. Pī)
Era names Longhe (隆和 py. Lngh) March 2, 362-February 5, 357
Xingning (Simplified Chinese character 兴宁, Traditional Chinese character 興寧, py. Xīngnng) February 6, 357-July 10, 361
Father Emperor Cheng
Wife Wang Muzhi (王穆之) (d. February 22, 365), childless and revered Queen Jing (靖皇后, literary meaning: the pacifiying queen)
Major concubines
Children childless
Duration of reign July 13, 361-March 30, 365
Tomb Anping Tomb ch. 安平陵, believed to be near Nanjing
Temple name
Courtesy name 千龄, py. Qiānlng, literay meaning: "thousand ages"
Posthumous name 哀, py. Aī, literary meaning: "lamentable"
Preceded by:
Emperor Mu
Jin Dynasty (265-420) Succeeded by:
Emperor Fei

  Results from FactBites:
Emperor Ai of Jin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (591 words)
Emperor Mu of Jin (晋哀帝/晉哀帝, pinyin Jìn Aīdì, Wade-Giles Chin Ai-ti) (341-March 30, 365), personal name Sima Pi (司馬丕), courtesy name Qianling (千齡), was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420).
According to historical accounts, he had an obsession with immortality, which oddly resulted in his death, as he became poisoned by pills that were given him by magicians in 364 and eventually died in 365.
Sima Pi was born in 341, during the reign of his father Emperor Cheng of Jin, as Emperor Cheng's oldest son.
Chinese History - Han Dynasty æ¼¢ event history (www.chinaknowledge.de) (8024 words)
Aidi 哀帝, only 13 at his throne accession in 106 BC, was controled by Empress Dowager Deng 鄧太后 and her brother Deng Zhi 鄧騭.
He Jin 何進, brother of the Empress Dowager, decided that the time had come to destroy the eunuchs definitely, and in order not the repeat the failure of 168 he invited Dong Zhuo 董卓 to advance with his troops to the vicinity of the capital Luoyang.
He Jin was killed by the eunuchs, but the powerful catamites being without military support, commander Yuan Shao 袁紹 and his brother Yuan Shu 袁術 of the imperial guards entered the palace and killed all eunuchs.
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