Duan Yu

Duan Yu, courtesy name Heyu, temple name Xianzong, posthumous name Emperor Xuanren, was the 16th[1] emperor of the Dali Kingdom between 1108 and 1147. Following a family tradition, Duan's father, Duan Zhengchun, abdicated and became a monk in 1108. Duan succeeded his father as the emperor of Dali and renamed himself Duan Zhengyan. He abdicated and became a monk in 1147 and was succeeded by his son Duan Zhengxing.

Duan Yu
段譽
Reign1108–1147
Full name
Posthumous name
Emperor Xuanren (宣仁皇帝)
Temple name
Xianzong (憲宗)
DynastyDali
Duan Yu
Traditional Chinese段譽
Simplified Chinese段誉

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  1. ^ If Gao Shengtai's reign is taken into consideration, Duan Yu would have been the 17th emperor. See [1].