Zhu Youyuan

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Zhu Youyuan
Ming Yejong.jpg
Prince of Xing
Reign 30 July 1487 - 13 July 1519
Successor Zhu Youcong
Spouse Empress Cixiaoxian (d.1538)
Issue Zhu Houxi, Prince of Yue
Princess Changlin
Princess Xianhua
Princess Yongfu
Jiajing Emperor
Princess Yongchun
Posthumous name
Emperor Zhetian Shoudao Hongde Yuanren Kuanmu Chunsheng Gongjian Jinwen Xian 知天守道洪德淵仁寬穆純聖恭簡敬文獻皇帝
Temple name
Ruizong 睿宗
Father Chenghua Emperor
Mother Empress Xiaohui (d.1522)
Born (1476-07-22)22 July 1476
Died 13 July 1519(1519-07-13) (aged 42)

Zhu Youyuan (Chinese: 朱祐杬) (22 July 1476 – 13 July 1519), a prince of the Ming dynasty of China. He was the fourth son of the Chenghua Emperor.

Created Prince Xian (Chinese: ) of Xing (Chinese: ), his fief was near today's Zhongxiang, in Hubei Province. He and his wife were posthumously honored by his son after he became the Jiajing Emperor in 1521.

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This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Chinese Wikipedia.