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Emperor Min of Jin China, Simplified Chinese character 晋愍帝, Traditional Chinese character 晉愍帝, Pinyin. Jn Mǐnd, Wade-Giles Chin Min-ti (300 or 301-February 7, 318) was an emperor of the Jin Dynasty (265-420) and the last of the Western Jin Dynasty.

Emperor Min surrendered in 316 to Liu Yao, ruler of the Hunnic state of Former Zhao, and was later murdered in 318.

Personal information

Family name Sima (司馬 py. Sīmǎ) in Chinese
Given name Ye (鄴 py. Y)
Era names Jianxing (建興 Jinxīng) 313-317
Father Sima Yan, Prince Xiao of Wu
Major concubines
Duration of reign June 7, 313 to December 11, 316
Temple name
Courtesy name ch. 彦旗, py. Ynq, wg. Yen-ch`i
Posthumous name 孝愍 (py. Xiomǐn), literary meaning: "filial" and "pitiful"
Posthumous name in short 愍 (py. Mǐn), literary meaning: "pitiful"
Preceded by:
Emperor Huai
Jin Dynasty (265-420) Succeeded by:
Emperor Yuan

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Jin Dynasty (265-420) - China-related Topics JI-JL - China-Related Topics (543 words)
The Jin Dynasty (晉 pinyin j?n, 265-420) followed the Three Kingdoms and preceded the Southern and Northern Dynasties in China.
Meanwhile remnants of the Jin court fled from the north to the south and reestablished the Jin court at Jiankang, which was located south-eastward of Luoyang and Chang'an and near modern-day Nanjing, under Prince of Longya.
Battle of Fei turned out to be a victory of Jin under a short-lived cooperation of Huan Chong, brother of Huan Wen and the Prime Minister (or Imperial Secretariat) Xie An.
Chinese History - Jin Dynasty event history (www.chinaknowledge.org) (2334 words)
During the twelve and more years of power struggle at the court of the Jin Dynasty, the normal agrarian population was afflicted by distress, calamities and hunger.
The increasing drive of conquest and the rebellions of the Non-Chinese population in the north against the Jin Dynasty lead to an enourmous exodus of Chinese peasants, landowners, and aristocrats to the south, especially into the lower Yangtse area.
In 318, Sima Rui continued the rule of the Jin Dynasty as new emperor from the south (posthumous Jin Yuandi 晉元帝 - see titles of emperors), from the old Wu 吳 capital Jianye 建業 (or Jiankang 建康; modern Nanjing).
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