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Zhao Yanshou (Chinese: 趙延壽) (died November 10, 948), né Liu Yanshou (劉延壽), formally the Prince of Wei (魏王), was a major general of Later Tang of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, as well as the Khitan Liao Dynasty. He first became prominent as a son-in-law of Later Tang's second emperor Li Siyuan, but was captured by Liao's Emperor Taizong when Later Tang fell. He subsequently served Emperor Taizong, who promised him that he would be made the emperor of China if helped Emperor Taizong destroy Later Tang's successor state Later Jin. Emperor Taizong reneged on the promise after doing so, however, leading to Zhao's attempt to seize Liao's Chinese territory after Emperor Taizong's death. He was, however, arrested by Emperor Taizong's nephew and successor Emperor Shizong and h

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  • Zhao Yanshou (Chinese: 趙延壽) (died November 10, 948), né Liu Yanshou (劉延壽), formally the Prince of Wei (魏王), was a major general of Later Tang of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, as well as the Khitan Liao Dynasty. He first became prominent as a son-in-law of Later Tang's second emperor Li Siyuan, but was captured by Liao's Emperor Taizong when Later Tang fell. He subsequently served Emperor Taizong, who promised him that he would be made the emperor of China if helped Emperor Taizong destroy Later Tang's successor state Later Jin. Emperor Taizong reneged on the promise after doing so, however, leading to Zhao's attempt to seize Liao's Chinese territory after Emperor Taizong's death. He was, however, arrested by Emperor Taizong's nephew and successor Emperor Shizong and held until his death. (en)
  • 趙 延寿(ちょう えんじゅ、生年不詳 - 948年)は、遼(契丹)の軍人・政治家。もとの姓は劉。本貫は常山郡。 (ja)
  • 赵延寿,本姓刘,常山(今河北正定)人。五代十国时军事、政治人物。 (zh)
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  • 趙 延寿(ちょう えんじゅ、生年不詳 - 948年)は、遼(契丹)の軍人・政治家。もとの姓は劉。本貫は常山郡。 (ja)
  • 赵延寿,本姓刘,常山(今河北正定)人。五代十国时军事、政治人物。 (zh)
  • Zhao Yanshou (Chinese: 趙延壽) (died November 10, 948), né Liu Yanshou (劉延壽), formally the Prince of Wei (魏王), was a major general of Later Tang of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, as well as the Khitan Liao Dynasty. He first became prominent as a son-in-law of Later Tang's second emperor Li Siyuan, but was captured by Liao's Emperor Taizong when Later Tang fell. He subsequently served Emperor Taizong, who promised him that he would be made the emperor of China if helped Emperor Taizong destroy Later Tang's successor state Later Jin. Emperor Taizong reneged on the promise after doing so, however, leading to Zhao's attempt to seize Liao's Chinese territory after Emperor Taizong's death. He was, however, arrested by Emperor Taizong's nephew and successor Emperor Shizong and h (en)
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  • 趙延寿 (ja)
  • Zhao Yanshou (en)
  • 赵延寿 (zh)
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