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Emperor and Muzong
* Emperor Muzong of Tang
* Emperor Muzong of Tang
* Emperor Muzong of Liao ( murdered )
* Emperor Muzong of Liao
After Emperor Xianzong's death and succession by Li Heng ( as Emperor Muzong ) in 820, Yu Jiyou, on an occasion when he attended a hunt with Emperor Muzong, pleaded with Emperor Muzong to give his father a more honorable posthumous name.
Many officials opposed such a request, but Emperor Muzong eventually gave Yu Di the posthumous name of Si (, " repentant ").
Little is known about Li Chan's activities during the reigns of Emperor Muzong or Li Chan's older brothers Emperor Jingzong ( Emperor Muzong's oldest son ) and Emperor Wenzong ( Emperor Muzong's second son ), other than that during the middle of Emperor Wenzong's Kaicheng era ( 836 – 840 ), Emperor Wenzong bestowed the honorary title of Kaifu Yitong Sansi ( 開府儀同三司 ) on him, as well as the title of honorary minister of civil service affairs ( 吏部尚書, Libu Shangshu ).
** Emperor Muzong of Tang

Emperor and was
It was the 7th Cavalry whose troopers were charged with guarding the Imperial Palace of the Emperor.
This circular edifice, constructed by Agrippa in B.C. 27, was rebuilt in its present shape by the Emperor Hadrian.
The great column from which the square takes its name was erected by the Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
Among the many severe measures taken by the First Emperor, Shih Huang-ti, in his efforts to insure the continuation of this hard-won national unity, was the burning of the books in 213 B.C., with the expressed intention of removing possible sources for divergent thinking ; ;
It was pleasant last night, therefore, to hear him do something else: a concerto he has recently recorded, `` The Emperor ''.
In three arduous campaigns, the first two of which were conducted by the emperor himself while the third was directed by Manuel Comnenos ( great-uncle of Emperor Manuel Comnenos ), the Turks were defeated in detail in 1070 and driven across the Euphrates.
Emperor Romanos IV was himself taken prisoner and conducted into the presence of Alp Arslan, who treated him with generosity, and, terms of peace having been agreed to, dismissed him, loaded with presents and respectfully attended by a military guard.
Antoninus Pius (; born 19 September 86AD – died 7 March 161AD ), also known as Antoninus, was Roman Emperor from 138AD to 161AD.
He was next appointed by the Emperor Hadrian as one of the four proconsuls to administer Italia, then greatly increased his reputation by his conduct as proconsul of Asia, probably during 134 – 135.
One of his first acts as Emperor was to persuade the Senate to grant divine honours to Hadrian, which they had at first refused ; his efforts to persuade the Senate to grant these honours is the most likely reason given for his title of Pius ( dutiful in affection ; compare pietas ).
Augustus (, September 23, 63 BC – August 19, 14 AD ) was the founder of the Roman Empire and its first Emperor, ruling from 27 BC until his death in 14 AD.
He was succeeded as Emperor by his adopted son ( also stepson and former son-in-law ) Tiberius.
Perisapora was captured and destroyed by Emperor Julian in 363, but speedily rebuilt.
He was a very popular political figure, and since he was the Governor in the effective capital in the Roman West, he was a recognizable figure in the court of the Emperor Valentinian I. Ambrose never married.
He went, his eloquence in defense of the Church reportedly overawed the ministers of Emperor Valentinian, so he was permitted to retire without making the surrender of the churches.
The imperial court was displeased with the religious principles of Ambrose, however his aid was soon solicited by the Emperor.
By 100 Trajan was back in Rome as Emperor instead of merely being a Consul.
Their most famous battle against Rome took place in Argentoratum ( Strasbourg ), in 357, where they were defeated by Julian, later Emperor of Rome, and their king Chnodomarius was taken prisoner to Rome.
Charles, anxious to secure such a famous fighter, gladly assented to Albert's demands and gave the imperial sanction to his possession of the lands taken from the bishops of Würzburg and Bamberg ; and his conspicuous bravery was of great value to the Emperor on the retreat from Metz in January 1553.
The dispute was referred to Emperor Charles V and other princes, but as no settlement was reached Albert continued his efforts to obtain help in view of a renewal of the war.
The city remained a Free Imperial City, subject to the Emperor only, but was politically far too weak to influence the policies of any of its neighbours.

Emperor and displeased
In truth, Pope Gregory was not entirely displeased ; he regarded north Italy as best dealt with by its new Emperor, Rudolph of Habsburg, and preferred that Charles be confined to the south.
But the general chosen by the army was the only viable candidate to the throne: the Eastern court was not displeased with the deposition of Avitus, an Emperor chosen by the Visigoths ; on the other side, the only other candidate, Olybrius, had a politically difficult relationship with the Vandal king Genseric, and no influence on the army.
Emperor Yang was displeased, and the matter was not again discussed.
Emperor Ling's mother, Grand Empress Dowager Dong, and her nephew Dong Chong ( 董重 ) were displeased at the Hes ' power grab, and Grand Empress Dowager Dong often argued with Empress Dowager He, once threatening to have Dong Chong decapitate He Jin.
He suggested the Emperor to elect new prime minister from the army and to proclaim “ my lack of virtue caused such a matter ”, which only displeased the Emperor, according to the diary of Mazaki Jinzaburō.
Emperor Ling's mother, Grand Empress Dowager Dong, and her nephew Dong Chong ( 董重 ) were displeased at the Hes ' power grab, and Grand Empress Dowager Dong often argued with Empress Dowager He, once threatening to have Dong Chong decapitate He Jin.
On another occasion, Empress Yang displeased Emperor Xuan, and Emperor Xuan ordered her to commit suicide.
( When it was completed in spring 595 and Emperor Wen visited the palace, he was initially very displeased with Yang Su, but Empress Dugu persuaded him that Yang Su knew that he had little other entertainment, and she awarded Yang Su much treasure to show appreciation.
By 600, Yang Guang's older brother Yang Yong had lost the favors of Emperor Wen and Empress Dugu — over his wastefulness ( which displeased Emperor Wen ) and his having many concubines ( which displeased Empress Dugu ).
In 617, the general Li Yuan, fearful of Emperor Yang because Emperor Yang had become displeased with him over his inability to defend against Tujue attacks and suspicious of him after there had been prophecies that the next emperor would be named Li, rebelled at his headquarters at Taiyuan ( 太原, in modern Taiyuan, Shanxi ).
Emperor Gaozong had often shown favors to Princess Changle, and this displeased Empress Wu.
This book displeased the Emperor, and Beauchamp was banished to Rheims.
Emperor Daizong was secretly displeased, but in order to placate Li Fuguo, gave him the title of Shangfu ( 尚父, meaning, " like father ") and ordered that he not be referred to by name.
However, Emperor Jing was greatly displeased.

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