Jin Dynasty

中国皇后

There are two main divisions in the history of the dynasty. The Western Jin (266–316) was established as the successor to Cao Wei after Sima Yan usurped the throne from Cao Huan. The capital of the Western Jin was initially in Luoyang, though it later moved to Chang’an (modern Xi’an, Shaanxi province). The Eastern Jin dynasty remained in near-constant conflict with the northern states for most of its existence, and it launched several invasions of the north with the aim of recovering its lost territories.

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The Four Empresses of the Western Jin Dynasty

The Four Empresses of the Western Jin Dynasty

Empress Song Fujin

Empress Song Fujin

Yu Wenjun (Empress Mingmu)

Yu Wenjun (Empress Mingmu)

Du Lingyang (Empress Chengong)

Du Lingyang (Empress Chengong)

Chu Suanzi (Empress Kangxian)

Chu Suanzi (Empress Kangxian)

He Fani (Empress Muzhang)

He Fani (Empress Muzhang)

Empress Wang Muzhi

Empress Wang Muzhi

Yu Daolian (Empress Xiao)

Yu Daolian (Empress Xiao)

Li Lingrong (Empress Dowager Xiaowuwen)

Li Lingrong (Empress Dowager Xiaowuwen)

Empress Wang Fahui

Empress Wang Fahui

Empress Wang Shenai

Empress Wang Shenai

Chu Lingyuan (Empress Gongsi)

Chu Lingyuan (Empress Gongsi)