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Encyclopedia > Jin Feidi

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Emperor Fei of Jin China (341 or 342-November 23, 386) was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420) in China. He was the younger brother (from the same mother) of Emperor Ai and later deposed by military leader Huan Wen.


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Timeline

  • May 22, 369: Huan Wen began invasion against Former Yan.
  • August and September, 369: Forces of Jin reached Fangtou (southwest of modern-day Rui County, Henan Province).
  • September and October 369: Relief forces from Former Qin was sent at the request of Former Yan.
  • October 369: Troops of Former Yan inflicted loss on the forces of Jin after cutting off supply lines.
  • November 4, 369: Huan Wen ordered withdrawal in the prospect of facing Former Qin and Former Yan.
  • November and December 369: Forces of Former Yan commanded by Murong Chui inflicted heavy losses on the retreating Jin forces.
  • December 7, 369: Huan Wen retreated safely into territory of Jin. Causaulties of Jin in the campaign ranged around 30 thousands.
  • July 21, 370: Former Qin launched invasion agianst Former Yan. Wang Meng was appointed commander of the Qin.
  • October 15, 370: Troops of Former Qin captured Jinyang (modern-day Taiyuan, Shanxi Province).
  • Morning - noon, November 27, 370: Decisive vitory of Former Qin over Former Yan took place at Luchuan (潞川, modern-day Zhuozhang River, Shanxi)
  • November 30, 370: Ye, capital of Former Yan, was besieged.
  • Night of December 11, 370: Former Yan surrendered to Former Qin. Murong Wei, ruler of Former Yan, was captured several days later.
  • January 6, 372: Huan Wen deposed Emperor Fei and Emperor Jianwen was installed. The dethroned emperor was given the title "Prince of Donghai" in the decree of deposing.
  • February 16, 372: The dethroned emperor was given the title Duke of Haixi County (pinyin Haǐxīxin Gōng 海西县公)
  • May, 372: The duke was placed under supervision after being moved to Wu County.
  • December, 372: An abotive coup d'etat of reinstalling the duke resulted in removal of his supervision.
  • November 23, 386: The duke passed away in Wu County.

Personal information

Family name Sima (司馬 py. Sīmǎ) in Chinese
Given name Yi (奕 py. Y)
Era names Taihe (太和 py. Tah) 365-January 6, 372
Father Emperor Cheng
Mother
Wife Yu Daolian (庾道怜) (d. 371), childless and revered Queen Xiao (孝皇后, literary meaning: the filial queen)
Major concubines
Children
Duration of reign March 31, 365-January 6, 372
Tomb
Temple name
Courtesy name 延龄, py. Yanlng, literay meaning: "lengthened ages"
Posthumous name 废, py. Fi, literary meaning: "deposed"
Preceded by:
Emperor Ai
Jin Dynasty (265-420) Succeeded by:
Emperor Jianwen

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Emperor Fei of Jin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (877 words)
Emperor Fei of Jin (晋废帝/晉廢帝, pinyin Jìn Fèidì, Wade-Giles Chin Fei-ti) (342-November 23, 386), personal name Sima Yi (司馬奕), courtesy name Yanling (延齡), was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420) in China.
He was the younger brother (from the same mother) of Emperor Ai and later deposed by military leader Huan Wen.
Immediately after Emperor Fei took the throne, the important city Luoyang (which had served as Jin's capital early in the dynasty's history) fell to Former Yan, because Emperor Ai's death prevented a relief force from being dispatched.
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Feidi then drew the attention of the meeting to the fact that globalization of markets and further liberalization of trade including international fish trade had become a major theme on the international agenda.
Feidi then highlighted that participation in international trade was an important feature of many of the fishery and aquaculture economies of the world and that the participation of developing countries in this trade has therefore always been a primordial concern for FAO.
Feidi gave an overview of background and contents of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, which had been adopted by the Twenty-eight Session of the FAO Conference in October 1995.
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