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Empress Wu (died 245), personal name unknown, formally known as Empress Mu (literally "the Just Empress"), was an empress of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. She was the last wife and the only empress of Liu Bei, the founding emperor of Shu Han, and a younger sister of Wu Yi (吳懿). Her father, whose name is not recorded in history, was a friend of Liu Yan, and followed Liu Yan to Yi Province (益州; covering present-day Sichuan and Chongqing) when Liu Yan was made the governor. Because of the friendship between her father and Liu Yan, she was married to Liu Yan's son Liu Mao (劉瑁). After Liu Mao's death, she did not remarry for some time.

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  • 穆皇后呉氏
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  • 穆皇后(ぼくこうごう、? - 245年)は、三国時代の蜀の先主劉備の皇后。穆は諡で、姓は呉氏(ごし)、諱は不明。兗州陳留郡の人。族父は呉匡。兄は呉懿。従孫は呉喬(呉懿の孫)。
  • 穆皇后(?-245年),姓吳,蜀漢皇帝劉備的妻子,吳懿之妹,陳留人。
  • Empress Wu (died 245), personal name unknown, formally known as Empress Mu (literally "the Just Empress"), was an empress of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. She was the last wife and the only empress of Liu Bei, the founding emperor of Shu Han, and a younger sister of Wu Yi (吳懿). Her father, whose name is not recorded in history, was a friend of Liu Yan, and followed Liu Yan to Yi Province (益州; covering present-day Sichuan and Chongqing) when Liu Yan was made the governor. Because of the friendship between her father and Liu Yan, she was married to Liu Yan's son Liu Mao (劉瑁). After Liu Mao's death, she did not remarry for some time.
  • Kaiserin Wu (吳皇后, Geburtsname unbekannt; † 245), formell Kaiserin Mu (穆皇后, gerechte Kaiserin), war eine Kaiserin der Shu Han zur Zeit der drei Reiche. Ihr Vater, dessen Name nicht historisch aufgezeichnet ist, folgte Liu Yan in die Yi-Provinz (益州, im heutigen Sichuan und Chongqing), als dieser zum Gouverneur ernannt wurde. Dank der Freundschaft zwischen ihrem Vater und Liu Yan heiratete sie Liu Yans Sohn Liu Miao (劉瑁). Nach dessen Tode blieb sie lange Zeit unverheiratet.
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  • Kaiserin Wu (吳皇后, Geburtsname unbekannt; † 245), formell Kaiserin Mu (穆皇后, gerechte Kaiserin), war eine Kaiserin der Shu Han zur Zeit der drei Reiche. Ihr Vater, dessen Name nicht historisch aufgezeichnet ist, folgte Liu Yan in die Yi-Provinz (益州, im heutigen Sichuan und Chongqing), als dieser zum Gouverneur ernannt wurde. Dank der Freundschaft zwischen ihrem Vater und Liu Yan heiratete sie Liu Yans Sohn Liu Miao (劉瑁). Nach dessen Tode blieb sie lange Zeit unverheiratet. Als Liu Bei die Yi-Provinz von Liu Zhang eroberte (214), trennte er sich offiziell von Sun Shangxiang (seiner Gemahlin, eine Schwester Sun Quans) und heiratete Frau Wu. Als er den Titel Prinz von Hanzhong im Jahre 219 annahm, ernannte er sie zur Prinzessin. Nach dem Fall der Han-Dynastie im Jahre 220 (nach Kaiser Xians Abdankung zu Gunsten von Cao Pi) nahm Liu Bei 221 den Han-Titel an und begründete die Shu Han. Noch im selben Jahr erhob er seine Gemahlin zur Kaiserin. Nach seinem Tod im Jahre 223 ehrte sein Sohn und Nachfolger Liu Shan sie als Kaiserinmutter. Sie starb im Jahr 245. In den Chroniken der Drei Reiche wird nicht genau beschrieben, ob Liu Bei mit ihr oder mit Frau Gan, der Mutter Liu Shans, bestattet wurde.
  • Empress Wu (died 245), personal name unknown, formally known as Empress Mu (literally "the Just Empress"), was an empress of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. She was the last wife and the only empress of Liu Bei, the founding emperor of Shu Han, and a younger sister of Wu Yi (吳懿). Her father, whose name is not recorded in history, was a friend of Liu Yan, and followed Liu Yan to Yi Province (益州; covering present-day Sichuan and Chongqing) when Liu Yan was made the governor. Because of the friendship between her father and Liu Yan, she was married to Liu Yan's son Liu Mao (劉瑁). After Liu Mao's death, she did not remarry for some time. When Liu Bei seized Yi Province from Lady Wu's brother-in-law Liu Zhang in 214, he had been effectively divorced from his wife Lady Sun, the younger sister of Sun Quan. He married Lady Wu. When he claimed for himself the title of the "King of Hanzhong" in 219, he made her his queen consort. After the fall of the Eastern Han Dynasty in 220 (with Emperor Xian's abdication to Cao Pi), Liu Bei claimed for himself the Han imperial title in 221, establishing Shu. Later that year, he made her empress. After his death in 223, his son and successor Liu Shan honoured her as empress dowager. She died in 245. (The Records of the Three Kingdoms is inconsistent in stating whether she, or Liu Shan's mother Lady Gan, was buried with Liu Bei.)
  • 穆皇后(ぼくこうごう、? - 245年)は、三国時代の蜀の先主劉備の皇后。穆は諡で、姓は呉氏(ごし)、諱は不明。兗州陳留郡の人。族父は呉匡。兄は呉懿。従孫は呉喬(呉懿の孫)。
  • 穆皇后(?-245年),姓吳,蜀漢皇帝劉備的妻子,吳懿之妹,陳留人。
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