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  Longqing Emperor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Longqing Emperor (March 4, 1537- July 5, 1572) was the 12th emperor of China (Ming dynasty) between 1567-1572.
Emperor Longqing died in 1572 after a short reign of only 6 years and was succeeded by his son.
The emperor Longqing was buried in Zhaoling (昭陵)。
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 Jiajing Emperor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Jiajing Emperor (September 16, 1507–January 23, 1567) was the 11th emperor of China (Ming dynasty) between 1521-1567.
The throne became vacant with the sudden death of Emperor Zhengde in 1521 and the 14 year old Jiajing was eventually chosen to become emperor and relocated from his father's fief to Beijing.
After 45 years on the throne (the second longest reign in the Ming dynasty), Emperor Jiajing died in 1567–possibly due to mercury overdose–and was succeeded by his son.
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 Jiajing Emperor - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Particularly during his later years, Jiajing was known for spending a great deal of time on Daoist pursuits in hopes of finding medicines to prolong his life.
Additionally, Jiajing had been a notoriously cruel emperor towards both his subjects as well as concubines.
Emperor Jiajing died in 1567 and was succeeded by his son.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Jiajing   (284 words)

  
 Jiajing Emperor Did You Mean jiajing emperor
January 23, 1567) was the 11th emperor of China (Ming dynasty) between 1521-1567.
The sudden death of Emperor Zhengde in 1521 created a temporary vacancy for the throne and the 14 year old Jiaqing was ultimately chosen to become emperor and relocated from his father's fief to Beijing.
He was known to be a cruel and self aggrandizing emperor and he also chose to reside outside of the Forbidden city in Beijing where he could live in isolation while ignoring state affairs.
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 Qing Decline 1799-1875 by Sanderson Beck
Emperor Jiajing continued China's tributary system that invested neighboring countries as vassals of the "middle kingdom." Korea brought tribute annually, Annam every other year, Ryuku and Siam every three years, and Burma and Laos every decade.
As Emperor Xianfeng fled from the Anglo-French invasion in 1860 to Jehol, Prince Gong and Wenxiang remained in Beijing to negotiate a treaty with the European invaders.
Emperor Tongzhi did not receive diplomats until 1873, when they were allowed to bow instead of kowtow; but he overindulged in his pleasure quarters and died of illness in January 1875.
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The young emperor is believed to have died in the conflagration.
Surrounding the palace and separated from it by a 7.9-m-tall wall and a moat was the Imperial City that housed imperial temples and headquarters of departments under the central government.
Emperor Yongle was an open-minded ruler interested in exchanges with foreign countries.
www.chinatoday.com.cn /English/e2004/e200404/p56.htm   (1522 words)

  
 China History Forum, chinese history forum > The Failed Assassination of Emperor Shi Zong   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
During the trial, the emperor was unconscious and the empress took charge of the situation, seizing the chance to rid herself of those she did not like.
When the emperor finally regained his faculties, he asked for his favourite Concubine Cáo, only to be told she was also executed for being aware of the plot but failing to report it.
Whether the Jiajing emperor achieved this score is not known, though he certainly had a jolly good try, for it is recorded that he recruited considerable numbers of girls of ten or eleven years of age into the palace.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /lofiversion/index.php/t5060.html   (2767 words)

  
 Ming Empire 1368-1644 by Sanderson Beck
Scholars criticized the Emperor for harsh methods; but in 1385 Hongwu had his vice-minister of revenue and hundreds of others executed for embezzling, and the minister of personnel was accused of slandering the head of the National University and was put to death.
Emperor Jiajing had approved a hostile policy toward Mansur, the Mongol sultan of Turfan, killing his agent Sayyid Husain in 1521 and detaining his envoys in Beijing.
Emperor Jiajing suffered insomnia and varying moods because of the poisons in the elixirs he took.
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 Yongle Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Yongle Encyclopedia or Yongle Dadian (永樂大典) was commissioned by the Chinese Ming Dynasty emperor Yongle in 1403.
In 1557 under the supervision of the emperor Jiajing (嘉靖) the Encyclopaedia was narrowly saved from being destroyed by a fire which burnt down three palaces in the Forbidden City.
It got burnt in the Palace of Heavenly Purity (in the Forbidden City) during the reign of Qing Dynasty emperor Jiaqing.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/y/yo/yongle_encyclopedia.html   (333 words)

  
 Fall of the Ming Dynasty - China-related Topics FA-FD - China-Related Topics
Historically, Emperor Wu of Han dynastyHan was reputed to be the first emperor to deploy this strategy of dividing the army into separate groups in warfare.
But an incapable emperor, with a couple of treacherous ministers, and a group of corrupted Confucian scholars, full of the notions of social hierarchy, were sufficient to betray the whole state.
This was a repetition of the foolishness of the Ming emperors.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Fall_of_the_Ming_Dynasty   (4542 words)

  
 Exploring Chinese History :: Biographical Database :: Imperial China- (?- 1644)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
After assembling forces and proclaiming himself emperor in the face of competitors, he was able to defeat his rivals, destroy the peasant army of the Chimei (Red Eyebrows, 赤眉), known for their disorganization and marauding, and finally reunify the whole of China in CE 36.
Emperor Gengshi's regime was only able to obtain nominal submission from many regions of the empire, and one of the trouble region was the region north of the Yellow River.
The emperor devoted great personal care to the whole project, and in his instruction to the ministers told them that the code of laws should be comprehensive and intelligible, so as not to leave any loophole for lower officials to misinterpret the law through twisting its language.
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 The Empress' New Clothes: A Daoist Ordination Scroll and Female Authority in the Ming period   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It is comparable in scale to the eighty-five foot commemorative handscroll depicting Zhang's nephew and political nemesis, the Jiajing Emperor's (1522-1566) imperial procession to the Ming tombs in the mid-16th century.
Similarly, the daughters of Wu's son, the deposed Emperor Ruizong, were ordained as a filial gesture when Empress Wu died in 710, and to escape the vicious politics of the Tang court.
This is further suggested by the Jiajing Emperor's attempt to eliminate female nuns and priests and shut down their temples and nunneries in 1527; the same year that Empress Zhang received the title of ``Imperial Aunt''.
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 Yongle Encyclopedia - Chinese Dictionary - Chinese
The Yongle Encyclopedia or Yongle Dadian (永樂大典) was commissioned by the ChinaChinese Ming Dynasty emperor Yongle Emperor of ChinaYongle in 1403.
In 1557, under the supervision of the Jiajing Emperor of Chinaemperor Jiajing, the Encyclopaedia was narrowly saved from being destroyed by a fire which burnt down three palaces in the Forbidden City.
It got burnt in the Palace of Heavenly Purity (in the Forbidden City) during the reign of Qing Dynasty Jiaqing Emperor of Chinaemperor Jiaqing.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Yongle_Encyclopedia   (477 words)

  
 China History Forum, chinese history forum > Emperor HongZhi (1464-1505)
Dec 19 2005, 09:39 PM Personally i will not regard Emperor Cheng Hua as one of the great emperors but instead one of the worst of the Ming Dynasty as he had relied too greatly on the Eunuchs especially when he established 西產and further appointed the Eunuch 汪直 as its adminstrator.
The only thing was Hongzhi lived too short a life, IMO he can be listed as one of the better emperors but not great and infact he was the last of the better emperors of the Ming Dynasty as after he died, the rest of the Ming emperors were practically good for nothing.
The fact is he wasn't a hardworking enough emperor to be justified as a "good" emperor and the fact that he allowed so much injustice to happen shows for itself.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /lofiversion/index.php/t8813.html   (1219 words)

  
 The Temple of Heaven (TianTan), Beijing, China (10 pages, 100 photos)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The temples of the sun and moon are in the east and west of Beijing.
The symbolism at the Temple of Heaven was necessary because it served as the place where the emperor, as the 'Son of Heaven', directly beseeched Heaven to provide a bountiful harvest throughout the land.
The path on the left was reserved for the emperor while the path on the right was used by the empress and court officials.
www.kinabaloo.com /temple_of_heaven.html   (1411 words)

  
 All Tarot AllTarot.com - Maryl in Beijing 1996   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Tiantan, the Temple of Heaven, was erected in 1420 during the reign of Ming Emperor Yongle (r.
The symbolism of the temple was necessary since the complex served as the setting in which the Emperor, the Son of Heaven, directly beseeched Heaven to provide good harvests throughout the land.
The Inner Court (Nei Ting) was the residential area of the emperor and the imperial household, as well as the place where the emperor dealt with routine state affairs.
www.alltarot.com /Maryl-Beijing.html   (590 words)

  
 Emperor HongZhi (1464-1505) - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Emperor Cheng hua and Hongzhi was probably one of the great Emperor from Ming dynasty.
Jiajing later found out that his trusted Grand secretary was abusing his power and corrupted.
Emperor Hongzhi was one of a kind in Ming dyansty because he was very devoted to Confucianism.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=8813   (1349 words)

  
 Ming Dynasty -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
Emperor decreed that protocol official examine the sincerity and authenticity of the delegation, with an order to ban exchange and trade between two countries should there be lack of such sincerity and authenticity.
Protocol suggested to emperor that new tallies should not be issued till old tallies were cancelled and that Xuande-era regulation as to 3 boats and ten year interval should be enforced.
Emperor Kangxi, however, prohibited Catholics by imprisoning Charles Thomas Maillard de Tournon who arrived in China in AD 1705 with a pope order as to exclusion of Heaven, ancestors and Confucius among Christian converts.
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 The Wanli shipwreck reign marks and inscriptions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Jiajing reign mark, here seen on an octagonal shaped bowl -type 8.
Chenghua reign mark was seen on a great number of medium and large bowls of varying decoration.
Jiajing reign mark occured in the base of all but one octagon bowl (type 8) and blanc de chine bowls (type 51).
www.mingwrecks.com /wanli3.html   (1282 words)

  
 Qinshu Daquan Preface
Zhu Jianshen, the Chenghua emperor (1447-1464-1487), was succeeded by his eldest surviving son Zhu Youtang, the Hongzhi emperor (1470-1487-1505).
Succession then passed to Zhu Houzong, the Jiajing emperor (1507-1521-1567), a grandson of the Chenghua emperor: Zhu Houzong's father, Zhu Youyuan, was the fourth son of the Chenghua emperor.
When Zhu Houzong became emperor in 1521 at the age of 15, one of his first struggles was to legitimize his rule by giving his own family (his mother Empress Jiang in particular) supremacy over the family of the deceased emperor.
www.silkqin.com /02qnpu/26qsdq/26qspref.htm   (877 words)

  
 AAS Abstracts: China Session 45   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It was not until the Ming that the throne canonized an exclusionary Cheng Zhu version of the tradition in the temple, which is evident in the Jiajing emperor's (r.
In Ming rites at the Confucian temple at the Imperial Academy, however, no such resemblance obtained between the emperor and the spirit of Confucius, or between the contrived image of the Sage (which was the product of the artisan's imagination) and the age's ineffable spirit itself, which was mysterious beyond ordinary understanding.
The successive additions of new scenes may reflect shifts in official and popular conceptions of Confucius and in the treatment of his cult, as well as a deliberate manipulation of his image for polemical purposes in the factional struggles among officials and between officials and eunuchs.
www.aasianst.org /absts/1995abst/china/csess45.htm   (2262 words)

  
 China, 1400-1600 A.D. | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The reign of the authoritative and expansionist Yongle emperor is marked by five massive expeditions against the Mongols to the north, as well as campaigns in Vietnam.
It is the site for an important rite, held at the winter solstice, in which the emperor reports on the state of the nation to the heaven and pays it homage.
Enlarged during the reign of the Jiajing emperor (1522–1566), the temple is last used in 1915 by Yuan Shikai (1859–1916), president of the short-lived Chinese Republic.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/ht/08/eac/ht08eac.htm   (1213 words)

  
 Stem Cup
The mark is the phonetic equivalent of the Chinese reignmark, "Jiajing nian zhi" (made in the reign of Jiajing [1522-1566]).
Since all three vessels are decorated in the style of the Zhengde reign, and yet have 'Phagspa marks corresponding to the Jiajing reign mark, it is probable that they were produced in the first years of the latter period.
Furthermore, the Jiajing emperor's growing obsession with the Daoist religion (at the expense of the influence of the Buddhist church) would have made such a gift unlikely late in his reign.
www.nga.gov /collection/gallery/eastcer/eastcer-53029.0.html   (646 words)

  
 UCLA Center for Chinese Studies Public Event
The usual impression of Daoism is that it was mainly followed by the common people and by itinerant priests, while the Emperor and the court bureaucracy were followers of Confucian rules of statecraft.
Little's lecture will present little known or newly discovered works of art that show that several emperors during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) were strong believers in Daoist gods and practices.
Examples of this practice include the Yongle emperor's (1403-1424) veneration of the Daoist god Zhenwu, Supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven (Xuantian shangdi), and the single-minded devotion of the Jiajing emperor (1522-1566) to religious Daoism and alchemy.
www.isop.ucla.edu /china/events/showevent.asp?eventid=295   (533 words)

  
 AnywhereChina.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The present name was given by Emperor Shunzhi of Qing Dynasty (1616-1911).
On the Chinese New Year's Eve, the Emperor would host an imperial banquet for princes, dukes, ministers, families with official duties and winners of the national imperial examinations.
Starting from Emperor Qianlong, the hall became the site of the national palace examination, the highest level exam of the state in the imperial examination system.
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 View topic - Travel in Beijing: Temple of Heaven   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The northern part of the outer surrounding wall is semi-circular; the southern part is square; this forms a pattern symbolic of the ancient belief that Heaven was round and the earth square.
In the western part of the outer temple is the Divine Music Office, which was in charge of the teaching and performance of the music for the rituals.
Built first in 1420 during the Ming Emperor Yongle's reign, it was expanded and renovated during the Ming Emperor Jiajing's (1522-1566) and Qing Emperor Qianlong's (1736-1795) reigns.
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 Images of the Temple of Culture
The question of which Confucians of later ages would be enshrined in the temple was controversial because it raised such issues as which commentaries on the Confucian canon were acceptable and, by the Song, who was believed to have received the true transmission of the Dao from Kongzi and Mengzi (Mencius).
In addition to elevating the figure of Kongzi to ever greater status, emperors also conferred hereditary titles of nobility upon his descendants, initially as marquises, and by Song times as dukes; a position Kongzi's descendants held until the 1940s.
This pantheon was headed by Heaven, to which only the emperor offered sacrifices at an altar in the southern suburbs of the imperial city, followed by Earth, which received sacrifices at an altar in the northern suburbs.
academics.hamilton.edu /asian_studies/home/TempleCulture.html   (2792 words)

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