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Emperor Wu or the Wu Emperor (武帝, lit. "The Martial Emperor") is the posthumous name of numerous Chinese rulers:
- Emperor Wu of Han (156–87 BC), emperor of the Han dynasty
- Emperor Wu of Wei (AD 155–220), a posthumous name of Cao Cao
- Emperor Wu of Jin (236–290)
- Emperor Wu of Liu Song (363–422)
- Emperor Wu of Liang (464–549)
- Emperor Wu of Northern Zhou (543–578)
- Empress Wu Zetian (625–705), from her actual surname rather than a posthumous epithet
The Emperor of Wu (吳帝) refers to:
- Li Zitong, a briefly successful agrarian rebel during the Sui–Tang interregnum
- Cao Cao, posthumously honored as the Wu King of Wei (武王)
- Wudi (disambiguation), Wu Di (disambiguation)
- Wu (disambiguation)
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