Xulüquanqu (Chinese: 虛閭權渠) was a Chanyu of the Xiongnu Empire. The brother and successor of the Huyandi Chanyu, he reigned from 68 to 60 BC.[1]

Xulüquanqu
Xulüquanqu Chanyu
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Domain and influence of the Eastern Huns
Reignc. 68–60 BC
PredecessorHuyandi Chanyu
SuccessorWoyanqudi Chanyu
DynastyModu Chanyu
FatherHulugu Chanyu

In 64 BC, the Xiongnu raided Jiaohe.[2]

Xulüquanqu died in 60 BC and was succeeded by Woyanqudi.[3]

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Loewe 2000, p. 629.
  2. ^ Whiting 2002, p. 175.
  3. ^ Loewe 2000, p. 584.

ReferencesEdit

  • Bichurin N.Ya., "Collection of information on peoples in Central Asia in ancient times", vol. 1, Sankt Petersburg, 1851, reprint Moscow-Leningrad, 1950
  • Chang, Chun-shu (2007), The Rise of the Chinese Empire 1, The University of Michigan Press
  • Cosmo, Nicola Di (2002), Ancient China and Its Enemies, Cambridge University Press
  • Cosmo, Nicola di (2009), Military Culture in Imperial China, Harvard University Press
  • Loewe, Michael (2000), A Biographical Dictionary of the Qin, Former Han, and Xin Periods, Brill
  • Taskin B.S., "Materials on Sünnu history", Science, Moscow, 1968, p. 31 (In Russian)
  • Whiting, Marvin C. (2002), Imperial Chinese Military History, Writers Club Press
Preceded by Chanyu of the Xiongnu Empire
68–60 BC
Succeeded by