Empress Xiaojingxian

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Empress Xiaojingxian
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Empress consort of Qing
Tenure 28 March 1723 – 29 October 1731
Predecessor Empress Xiaoyiren
Successor Empress Xiaoxianchun
Born Ula Nara Duoqimuli
(烏拉那拉 多棋木里)
(1681-06-28)28 June 1681
(康熙二十年 五月 十三日)
Died 29 October 1731(1731-10-29) (aged 50)
(雍正九年 九月 二十九日)
Changchun Gardens, Shuntian Prefecture
Burial Tai Mausoleum, Western Qing tombs
Spouse
Yongzheng Emperor (m. 1691–1731)
Full name
Ula Nara Duoqimuli
(烏拉那拉 多棋木里)
Posthumous name
Empress Xiaojing Gonghe Yishun Zhaohui Zhuangsu Ankang Zuotian Yisheng Xian
(孝敬恭和懿順昭惠莊肅安康佐天翊聖憲皇后)
House Ula Nara (烏拉那拉; by birth)
Aisin Gioro (by marriage)
Father Feiyanggu (費揚古)
Mother Lady Aisin Gioro
Empress Xiaojingxian
Traditional Chinese 孝敬憲皇后
Simplified Chinese 孝敬宪皇后

Empress Xiaojingxian (28 June 1681 – 29 October 1731), of the Manchu Plain Yellow Banner Ula Nara clan, personal name Duoqimuli, was a consort of the Yongzheng Emperor.

Life[edit]

Titles[edit]

  • From 28 June 1681: Lady Ula Nara
  • From 1691: Primary consort (嫡福晉)
  • From 28 March 1723[1]: Empress (皇后)
  • From December 1731 or January 1732[2]: Empress Xiaojing (孝敬皇后)
  • From 1737: Empress Xiaojingxian (孝敬憲皇后)

Issue[edit]

  • Honghui (弘暉; 17 April 1697 – 7 July 1704), the Yongzheng Emperor's first (first) son

In fiction and popular culture[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 雍正元年 二月 二十二日
  2. ^ 雍正九年 十二月

References[edit]

  • Wan, Yi; Shuqing, Wang; Yanzhen, Lu; Scott, Rosemary E. (1988). Daily Life in the Forbidden City: The Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912 (Illustrated ed.). Viking. ISBN 0670811645.
Chinese royalty
Preceded by
Empress Xiaogongren
Empress of China
1722–1731
Succeeded by
Empress Xiaoshengxian
(actual living successor Empress Xiaoxianchun)