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The set of actual kings of Liang is equal to the set of kings listed at Wei's article (and thus should just redirect there). We could park this page at Price of Liang, but the title includes the kings; we could part it at Liangwang, but no one calls them that.
Mho, the best compromise is to return to the original idea for this page: treating the realm of Liang itself, with subsections on the various titles through the ages. — LlywelynII 10:04, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
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Chinese wikisource has the Shanhaijing. There's a passage that mentions a "Yinliang" being born to a lineage of Di Jun's but it's hard to make sense of since it's Literary Chinese. Anyone know if the rest of the story is an etiology for the province names? — LlywelynII 13:24, 28 November 2013 (UTC)