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Emperor Xingzong of Liao


Emperor Xingzong of Liao

Emperor of Liao Dynasty
Reign June 25, 1031 – August 28, 1055
Predecessor Shengzong
Successor Daozong
Born April 3, 1016
Died August 28, 1055 (aged 39–40)
Era dates
Jingfu (景福) 1031–1032
Chongxi(重熙) 1032–1055
Posthumous name
Shensheng Xiaozhang Emperor (神聖孝章皇帝)
Temple name

Emperor Xingzong of Liao (Chinese: 辽兴宗; pinyin: Liáo Xīngzōng) (April 3, 1016 – August 28, 1055), born Yelü Zongzhen (Chinese: 耶律宗真), was an emperor of the Liao Dynasty. He reigned from June 25, 1031 to August 28, 1055.

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