- Later Liang
The Later Liang (zh-stp|s=后凉|t=後凉|p=Hòu Liáng;
386- 403) was a stateof the Sixteen Kingdomsduring the Jin Dynasty (265-420)in China. It was founded by the Lüfamily of the Diethnicity.
All rulers of the Later Liang proclaimed themselves "Heavenly Prince" ("
Rulers of the Later Liang
Temple names Posthumous names Family names and given name Durations of reigns Era names and their according durations "Chinese convention: use family and given names" Taizu (太祖 Tàizǔ) Yiwu (懿武 Yìwǔ) Lü Guang(呂光 Lǚ Guāng) 386- 400 "Tai'an (太安 Tài'ān)" 386- 389
"Linjia (麟嘉 Línjiā)"
"Longfei (龍飛 Lóngfēi)"
396- 399 Did not exist Yin (隱 Yǐn) Lü Shao(呂紹 Lǚ Shào) 400 "Longfei (龍飛 Lóngfēi)" 399 Did not exist Ling (靈 Líng) Lü Zuan(呂纂 Lǚ Zuǎn) 400- 401 "Xianning (咸寧 Xiánníng)" 400- 401 Did not exist Shangshu Gong (尚書公 Shàngshū Gōng) or Jiankang Gong (建康公 Jiànkāng Gōng) Lü Long(呂隆 Lǚ Lóng) 401- 403 "Shending (神鼎 Shéndǐng)" 401- 403
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