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Who is Liang Na?
Liang Na, formally Empress Shunlie, was an empress during the Han Dynasty. Her husband was Emperor Shun of Han. She later served as regent for his son Emperor Chong, and the two subsequent emperors from collateral lines, Emperor Zhi and Emperor Huan. As empress dowager and regent, she appeared to be diligent and honest, but she overly trusted her violent and corrupt brother Liang Ji, whose autocratic nature would eventually draw a coup d'etat from Emperor Huan after Empress Dowager Liang's death, leading to the destruction of the Liang clan.
- also known as 順烈皇后
- born in (1900 years ago)
- died in (1866 years ago)
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by Jonathan Rigg
ka jero liang na put it into its hole. Hata, a kind of creeper which being split, is used for binding fine bambu work, especially Dudukuis or native hats. H at 6, the heart; the mind, the organ of sensibility and intelligence; the liver. (Anatomically).
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