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Xiuli

Xiuli, the Qute Ruoshi Zhujiu Chanyu, was the son of Huxie Shizhu Houti. He succeeded his brother Wujihoushizhudi in 128 AD and ruled until 142 AD.

Xiuli
Qute Ruoshi Zhujiu Chanyu
Reignc.128-142 AD
PredecessorWujihoushizhudi
SuccessorCheniu
DynastyModu Chanyu
FatherHuxie Shizhu Houti

In 140 AD, the Xiongnu chieftains Wusi, Cheniu, and Yiti rebelled. They raided across the north of the Ordos region and attacked Xiuli's capital at Meiji in Xihe Commandery. The Han general Ma Xu forced them back but they continued to plunder the countryside. The Han court was angry with the predicament and reprimanded Xiuliu for it. Xiuli committed suicide in 142 AD and Cheniu claimed the title of chanyu in the autumn.

  1. Crespigny 2007, p. 899.
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  • Whiting, Marvin C. (2002), Imperial Chinese Military History, Writers Club Press
Preceded by
Chanyu of the Southern Xiongnu
128-142 AD
Succeeded by

Xiuli
Xiuli Language Watch Edit Xiuli the Qute Ruoshi Zhujiu Chanyu was the son of Huxie Shizhu Houti He succeeded his brother Wujihoushizhudi in 128 AD and ruled until 142 AD 1 XiuliQute Ruoshi Zhujiu ChanyuReignc 128 142 ADPredecessorWujihoushizhudiSuccessorCheniuDynastyModu ChanyuFatherHuxie Shizhu Houti In 140 AD the Xiongnu chieftains Wusi Cheniu and Yiti rebelled They raided across the north of the Ordos region and attacked Xiuli s capital at Meiji in Xihe Commandery The Han general Ma Xu forced them back but they continued to plunder the countryside The Han court was angry with the predicament and reprimanded Xiuliu for it Xiuli committed suicide in 142 AD and Cheniu claimed the title of chanyu in the autumn 1 Footnotes Edit a b Crespigny 2007 p 899 References EditBarfield Thomas 1989 The Perilous Frontier Nomadic Empires and China Basil Blackwell Bichurin N Ya Collection of information on peoples in Central Asia in ancient times vol 1 Sankt Petersburg 1851 reprint Moscow Leningrad 1950 Chang Chun shu 2007 The Rise of the Chinese Empire 1 The University of Michigan Press Cosmo Nicola Di 2002 Ancient China and Its Enemies Cambridge University Press Cosmo Nicola di 2009 Military Culture in Imperial China Harvard University Press Crespigny Rafe de 2007 A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms Brill Loewe Michael 2000 A Biographical Dictionary of the Qin Former Han and Xin Periods Brill Taskin B S Materials on Sunnu history Science Moscow 1968 p 31 In Russian Whiting Marvin C 2002 Imperial Chinese Military History Writers Club PressPreceded by Wujihoushizhudi Chanyu of the Southern Xiongnu 128 142 AD Succeeded by Cheniu Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Xiuli amp oldid 1043006876, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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