Aidi

(from the article `Zhu Wen`) ...capital from Chang`an (present-day Xi`an) to Zhu`s own residence at Luoyang. In 904 he murdered the emperor and all his sons with the exception of ...
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Aidi

(from the article `China`) In the reigns of Chengdi (33–7 ), Aidi (7–1 ), and Pingdi (1 – 6) the conduct of state affairs and the atmosphere of the court were subject to the ...
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