Zhao Yun and song LiZong are the fourteenth (from September 17, 1224 to November 16, 1264), who have been in power for 40 years and have lived at the age of 60. Zhao Yun, born in Shaoxing, is the ninth grandson of Zhao Dezhao, the son of emperor zongqi of Song Dynasty. It was originally named Zhao and Ju. In 1222, it was established as the heir of King Yi, the younger brother of ningzong. It was granted with the name of mingguicheng. In 1224, it was established as the prince of ningzong and given the name of Yun. After his death, Zhao Yun was established as emperor by Shi Miyuan, the Minister of power, who called him "emperor LiZong of Song Dynasty".
Li Zong of Song Dynasty (born in 1205 and died in Lin'an in 1264), formerly known as Zhao and Ju, was appointed the heir of King Yi, the younger brother of Ning Zong in 1222. He was granted the title of the fifth emperor in 1224. He reigned from 1224 to 1264.
In the early days of emperor li Zong of Song Dynasty, he paid little attention to political affairs. After he ascended the throne, he handed over all national affairs to Shi Miyuan. He did not care about government affairs at all until his death in 1233. In 1234, the Southern Song Dynasty United Mongolia to destroy the gold. Li Zong worships Neo Confucianism . He is not interested in politics. He entrusted state affairs to his prime minister, including Wu Qian, Ding Daquan, Jia Sidao, etc.
In 1259, when Mongolia attacked Ezhou, Jia Sidao, the right prime minister, became minister to Mongolia in the name of emperor LiZong of Song Dynasty, and completely ceded the land north of the Yangtze River to Mongolia. Died in Lin'an in 1264.
The emperor li of Song Dynasty was not a prince, but a relative of the royal family of Song Dynasty. He was the ninth grandson of Zhao Dezhao, the son of Zhao Kuangyin. After the death of his predecessor, song ningzong, Shi Miyuan, the prime minister, ordered Zhao Hong, the crown prince, to be abolished and Li Guicheng, the emperor LiZong of Song Dynasty, to be appointed.
In the first ten years of emperor LiZong's succession, he was under the control of Shi Miyuan, the Minister of power. He didn't care about government affairs until after his death in 1233. At the beginning of the reign, he set his mind to prosper. He took such reform measures as dismissing the historical party, promoting the platform, clarifying the official administration, and rectifying the finance, which was called "leveling up". In the later period of the reign, the government fell into the hands of the traitors, such as Ding Daquan and Jia Sidao. In 1234, the Southern Song Dynasty United Mongolia to destroy the gold. In 1259, when Mongolia attacked Ezhou, Jia Sidao, the prime minister, became minister to Mongolia in the name of emperor LiZong of Song Dynasty, and completely ceded the land to the north of the Yangtze River to Mongolia.
Li Zong's posthumous title after his death was Emperor jiandaobei's great virtue and rejuvenation, Wen Renwu, Sheng Mingan and Xiao, and his temple name was Li Zong. The reason why the temple name was established as LiZong lies in his esteem for Neo Confucianism of Cheng and Zhu. He is the most important monarch in the process of Official Learning of Neo Confucianism, and his temple name is worthy of his name.
When LiZong was seriously ill, he issued an imperial edict to ask famous doctors from all over the country to treat his own diseases, but no one answered. Li Zong died of illness and was buried in yongmuling near Kuaiji. Fifteen years after his death, his mausoleum, including the mausoleums of several other emperors and concubines in the Southern Song Dynasty, was stolen by a monk named Yanglian Zhenjia. The body of LiZong was soaked in mercury when it was buried, so it was not rotten yet. The tomb robbers took the body out of the mausoleum and hung it upside down in the forest before the mausoleum to drain mercury. Later, LiZong's head was cut off and sent to Beijing's rulers, whose trunk was burned. This is something that emperor LiZong did not expect before his death. The skull of LiZong was not found in the imperial palace of Dadu until it was conquered. Zhu Yuanzhang ordered people to bury the skull of LiZong in the site of song mausoleum again, and repaired the destroyed mausoleum.
Emperor LiZong of Song Dynasty had no son. He made Zhao Peng his nephew prince.
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