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Liu Jun (Northern Han)

Liu Jun (Chinese: 刘钧) (926–968) originally Liu Chengjun (劉承鈞), was the 2nd ruler of the Shatuo state of Northern Han. His capital was at Taiyuan, Shanxi Province. He was the 2nd son of Liu Chong (also known as Liu Min), the 1st emperor of Northern Han. In 951, after the death of his brother Liu Yun, he became the heir of his father. During his reign, in 960, the Later Zhou dynasty was overthrown and replaced by the Song dynasty.

WifeEdit

  • Empress Guo, died 968

SonsEdit

  • Liu Ji'en
  • Liu Jiyuan
  • 3rd son, died 973
  • Liu Jiwen, adopted nephew, grandson of Liu Chong
  • 5th son, died 973
Preceded by
Liu Chong
Emperor of Northern Han
954–968
Succeeded by
Liu Ji'en