Taizu

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Taizu (Chinese: ; pinyin: Tàizǔ; Wade–Giles: T'ai4-tsu3; literally "grand progenitor") is an imperial temple name typically used for Chinese emperors who founded a particular dynasty. It may refer to:

It may also refer to those who never officially declared themselves as emperors, but were posthumously given the title by their imperial descendants:

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