Qing Dynasty
Chinese Empresses

The Qing dynasty. (1644–1911) was founded by a northeast Asian people who called themselves Manchus. Their history, language, culture, and identity were distinct from the Chinese population, whom they conquered in 1644 when China was weakened by internal rebellions.

Out of more than two dozen Qing empresses, only four entered the court with the status of empress.

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Empress Dowager Cixi

Empress Dowager Cixi

Empress Wan Rong

Empress Wanrong

Empress Dowager Longyu

Empress Dowager Longyu

Empress Xiaozheyi

Empress Xiaozheyi

Empress Xiaodexian

Empress Xiaodexian

Empress Xiaoshencheng

Empress Xiaoshencheng

Empress Xiaomucheng

Empress Xiaomucheng

Empress Xiaoquancheng

Empress Xiaoquancheng

Empress Xiaoxianchun

Empress Xiaoxianchun

Empress Xiaojingxian

Empress Xiaojingxian

Empress Xiaoyiren

Empress Xiaoyiren

Empress Xiaozhaoren

Empress Xiaozhaoren

Empress Xiaoduanwen

Empress Xiaohuizhang

Erdeni Bumba

Erdeni Bumba

Consort Donggo

Consort Donggo

Empress Xiaoduanwen

Empress Xiaoduanwen