Wang tuobayu, Nan'an? - 452), the son of tuobatao, Emperor Taiwu of the Northern Wei Dynasty. , only in August.
Posthumous title: recluse king of Nan'an
Regime: Northern Wei Dynasty
Living: the 5th century - 452 years
In office: March 452 October 452
In 442, Taiping Zhenjun was granted the title of King Wu. Later, in the first year of Zhengping (451), he was granted the title of King Nan'an. In the second year of Zhengping (452), Zhongchang waited for emperor Aiji to kill emperor Taiwu, ordered emperor Jiao, killed King Tuoba Han of Dongping, met Tuoba Yu, and changed to Chengping (or Yongping). After assuming the throne, he was kind to the people, but he drank all night and sang songs at night. Soon, the Treasury was empty and he went hunting many times. Even if there was something on the border, he ignored it. The people were angry and he didn't change it.
In addition, Zongai had been in power for a long time since tuobayu ascended the throne, and he was feared in the court and in the field. However, tuobayu suspected that Zongai had another plan to steal the power of Zongai, so Zongai killed tuobayu.
On the night of the third noon in October 452, tuobayu went to the East Temple in Pingcheng for sacrifice. Zong aimen made Jiazhou and other people of xiaohuangmen, who took tuobayu by surprise, stabbed him to death with a dagger. The burial place is unknown.
Year of the same period
Years of other regimes existing in the same period
Yuanjia (August 424 December 453): the year of Liu Yilong, emperor of Song Dynasty
Chengping (443-460): the anniversary of Juqu no taboo and juqu'an of Beiliang regime
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