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Emperor An of Jin China (晋安帝, 晉安帝, Pinyin Jn ānd, Wade-Giles Chin An-ti) was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420) in China. He was hanged under the order of Liu Yu, founder of the Song Dynasty (420-479).


Personal information

Family name Sima (司馬 py. Sīmǎ) in Chinese
Given name Dezong (德宗, py. Dzōng)
Era names Longan (隆安 Lngān) February 13, 397-February 17, 402
 Yuanxing (元興 Yunxīng) February 18, 402-March 1, 405
Yixi (義熙 Yxī) March 2, 405-419
Father Emperor Xiaowu (eldest son of)
Mother Chen Guin (陈归女) (d. 390 or 391), posthumous name: Empress Dowager De (德太后, literary meaning: the virtuous empress dowager)
Wife Wang Shen'ai (王神爱) (359 or 360-October 24, 380), childless, posthumous name: Queen Xi (僖皇后, literary meaning: the joyful queen)
Major concubines
Children
Lived 382 or 383-January 28, 419
Reigned November 7, 396-January 28, 419
Tomb Xiuping Tomb (ch. 休平陵), believed to be near Nanjing
Temple name
Courtesy name 德宗, py. dzōng, literary meaning: "virtuous ancestor"
Posthumous name 安, py. ān, literary meaning: "peaceful"
Preceded by:
Emperor Xiaowu
Jin Dynasty (265-420) Succeeded by:
Emperor Gong

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