Prince of Yan
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Prince of Yan or King of Yan (Chinese: 燕王) may refer to:
- King Xi of Yan, ruled 255 BC – 222 BC, last king of the Yan state.
- Han Guang, (died 206 BC), a regional warlord in Liaodong.
- Zang Tu, (died 202 BC), a warlord who lived in the late Qin Dynasty and early Han Dynasty.
- Lu Wan, (256 BC – 194 BC), a military general served under Liu Bang.
- Liu Jian (Chinese: 劉建), ruled 195 BC – 180 BC, Emperor Gaozu of Han's eighth son.
- Lu Tong (Chinese: 呂通), died 180 BC, appointed by Empress Lü Zhi.
Jin and Sixteen Kingdoms
- Sima Ji (Chinese: 司馬機), younger brother of Emperor Wu of Jin.
- Murong Huang, (297–348), founder of the Former Yan state.
- Murong Jun, (319–360), first ruler declared emperor in Former Yan.
- Murong Yi, (died 386), a ruler of the Western Yan state.
- Murong Yao, (died 386), a ruler of the Western Yan state.
- Murong Zhong, (died 386), a ruler of the Western Yan state.
- Murong Yong, (died 394), last ruler of the Western Yan state.
Sui and Tang Dynasty
- Yang Tan (Chinese: 楊倓), son of Yang Zhao and grandson of Emperor Yang of Sui.
- Luo Yi, a Sui Dynasty official later submitted to Tang Dynasty.
- Li Yu (Chinese: 李祐), fifth son of Emperor Taizong of Tang.
- Li Lingkui (Chinese: 李靈夔), nineteenth son of Emperor Gaozu of Tang.
- Zhao Dezhao, second son of Emperor Taizu of Song.
- Zhao Yuanyan, eighth son of Emperor Taizong of Song.
- Yongle Emperor, third emperor of Ming Dynasty.
- Qin Rigang, a military leader of the Taiping Rebellion.
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