|Emperor of Northern Han|
|Family name: Liú (劉)
Given name: Jìyuán (繼元)
Name at birth: Hé Jìyuán (何繼元)
|Father||Sir He (何氏)|
|Mother||Lady Liu (劉氏)|
Liu Jiyuan (劉繼元) (died in 992), was the last ruler of ancient China's Northern Han kingdom in its Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was the grandson of Liu Min. He ruled Northern Han from 968 until 979, when he surrendered to the Song forces under Emperor Taizong of Song.
- Mote, F.W. (1999). Imperial China (900-1800). Harvard University Press. pp. 11–15. ISBN 0-674-01212-7.
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