16 facts about Liu Jun

By Gwylym Owen

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Liu Jun (劉濬) (429–453), courtesy name Xiuming (休明), nickname Hutou (虎頭), was an imperial prince of the Chinese dynasty Liu Song. He was a son of Emperor Wen, who in 453 conspired similar to his older brother Liu Shao the Crown Prince to assassinate their daddy so that Liu Shao could become emperor. They were later than defeated by their brother Liu Jun (different character) the Prince of Wuling and executed. Liu Jun’s sons, daughters, and concubines were as a consequence executed. Only his Princess Chu, because he had divorced her brusquely prior to his capture, was spared.

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