Wudadihou (Chinese: 烏達鞮侯) was a chanyu of the Xiongnu Empire. The son and successor of Huduershidaogao, he reigned for a few months in 46 AD before dying. He was succeeded by his brother Punu.[1]

Wudadihou
Chanyu
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Domain and influence of the Eastern Huns
Reignc. 46 AD
PredecessorHuduershidaogao Chanyu
SuccessorPunu Chanyu
DynastyModu Chanyu
FatherHuduershidaogao Chanyu

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Crespigny 2007, p. 878.

ReferencesEdit

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Preceded by
Huduershidaogao
Chanyu of the Xiongnu Empire
46 AD
Succeeded by
Punu Chanyu