Lí Kéng

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Lí Kéng
李璟
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Emperor Yuanzong of (Southern) Tang
Zhou Wenju 重屏会棋图 Palace Museum, Detail of Li Jing.jpg
Li Jing, detail from a larger painting by Zhou Wenju (fl. 942-961)
2nd ruler of Southern Tang
Chāi-ūi 943 – 961
Chêng-jīm Li Bian (Emperor Liezu), father
Kè-jīm Li Yu, son
Phoè-ngó͘ Empress Zhong
Concubine Lady Ling (凌氏)
Kiáⁿ-jî
Among others
  • Li Hongji, son
  • Li Hongmao (李弘茂), son
  • Li Yu, son
  • Li Congshan, son
  • Li Congyi (李從益), son
  • Li Congqian (李從謙), son
  • Li Congdu (李從度), son
  • Li Congxin (李從信), son
Choân-miâ
Surname: Xú (), changed to Lǐ () with father
Given name: Jǐngtōng (), changed to Yáo (), then to Jǐng (), and eventually to Jǐng ()
Liân-hō sî-kan
Bǎodà (保大): 943–957
Zhōngxīng (中興): 958
Jiāotài (交泰): 958
Adopted the era name of Later Zhou:
Xiǎndé (顯德): 958[1]–960
Adopted the era name of Song:
Jiànlóng (建隆): 960–961
Chun-hō
Emperor (before 958)
King of Tang (唐國主) (after 958)
Sē-hō
Full: Emperor Míngdào Chóngdé Wénxuān Xiào (皇帝)
Biō-hō
Yuánzōng ()
Lāu-pē Li Bian
Lāu-bú Empress Song
Chhut-sì Xu Jingtong (徐景通)
916 or January 917
Probably Sheng Prefecture, possibly Guangling
Kòe-sin August 12, 961 (Aged 44-45)
Nanchang
Bōng Shunling Mausoleum (順陵, in modern Jiangning District, Nanjing, Jiangsu)

Lí Kéng (李璟, 916 nî  – 961 nî ) sī Ngó͘-tāi Si̍p-kok sî-kî Lâm-tông ê tē 2 tāi hông-tè.

  1. 958 was the 5th year of Xiǎndé.