About: Zhao Guangyin

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Zhao Guangyin (Chinese: 趙光胤; died May 23, 925) was an official during China's Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was the chancellor during Later Tang. He was a son of the Tang Dynasty chancellor Zhao Yin and younger brother of the Later Liang chancellor Zhao Guangfeng and Southern Han chancellor Zhao Guangyi. (He is referred to as Zhao Guangyun (趙光允) in some subsequent historical accounts written during the Song Dynasty as part of naming taboo for Song's founding emperor Emperor Taizu of Song (Zhao Kuangyin), but because the naming taboo appeared to be largely limited to consecutive uses of the characters "Kuang" and "Yin," other Song Dynasty sources refer to him as Guangyin.)

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  • Zhao Guangyin (Chinese: 趙光胤; died May 23, 925) was an official during China's Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was the chancellor during Later Tang. He was a son of the Tang Dynasty chancellor Zhao Yin and younger brother of the Later Liang chancellor Zhao Guangfeng and Southern Han chancellor Zhao Guangyi. (He is referred to as Zhao Guangyun (趙光允) in some subsequent historical accounts written during the Song Dynasty as part of naming taboo for Song's founding emperor Emperor Taizu of Song (Zhao Kuangyin), but because the naming taboo appeared to be largely limited to consecutive uses of the characters "Kuang" and "Yin," other Song Dynasty sources refer to him as Guangyin.) (en)
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  • Zhao Guangyin (Chinese: 趙光胤; died May 23, 925) was an official during China's Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was the chancellor during Later Tang. He was a son of the Tang Dynasty chancellor Zhao Yin and younger brother of the Later Liang chancellor Zhao Guangfeng and Southern Han chancellor Zhao Guangyi. (He is referred to as Zhao Guangyun (趙光允) in some subsequent historical accounts written during the Song Dynasty as part of naming taboo for Song's founding emperor Emperor Taizu of Song (Zhao Kuangyin), but because the naming taboo appeared to be largely limited to consecutive uses of the characters "Kuang" and "Yin," other Song Dynasty sources refer to him as Guangyin.) (en)
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  • Zhao Guangyin (en)
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