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us: Ming Taizu, Emperor of China, 1328-1398


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    • us: 明太祖, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Yuanzhang, 1328-1398
    • us: Chu, Yüan-chang, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Yuan Zhang, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱元璋, 1328-1398
    • us: Shu, Genshō, 1328-1398
    • us: Chzhu, I͡Uanʹchzhan, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Chongba, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱重八, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Xingzong, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱興宗, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Guorui, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱國瑞, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu, Hongwu, 1328-1398
    • us: Chu, Hung-wu, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱洪武, 1328-1398
    • us: Zhu Hongwu, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • us: Chu Hung-wu, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • us: 朱洪武, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • us: Hong Wudi, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • us: 洪武帝, 1328-1398
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1328-10-21
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1398-06-24
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Fengyang Xian (China)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        chi
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Emperors
    • Earlier Established Forms

        Ming Tʻai-tsu, Emperor of China, 1328-1398
    • Sources

      • found: Chʻang, M. Tʻang Tʻai-tsung ho Chu Yüan-chang ti ku shih, 1957.
      • found: Zhu Yuanzhang and early Ming legislation, 1995.
      • found: Zhizneopisanie Chzhu I͡Uanʹchzhana, 1980.
      • found: Zhu Yuan Zhang, Emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty of China, 2016: ECIP Data View (Zhu Yuan Zhang)
      • found: Wei ji bai ke WWW site, June 8, 2016 (朱元璋 = Zhu Yuanzhang; 明太祖 = Ming Taizu; Oct. 21, 1328-June 24, 1398; first emperor of the Ming dynasty; orig. name: 重八 = Chongba; changed to 興宗 = Xingzong; zi: 國瑞 = Guorui; b. in Hao Zhou Zhongli (today's Anhui Sheng Fengyang Xian); temple name: 太祖 = Taizu; posthumous title: 高皇帝 = Gaohuadi; Commonly known as 朱洪武 = Zhu Hongwu or 洪武帝 = Hong Wudi) {https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E6%9C%B1%E5%85%83%E7%92%8B}
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
      • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1980-11-05: new
      • 2016-06-14: revised
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