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Emperor Hongzhi was born on 30th July 1470 A.D. and died on 8th June 1505 A.D. he was a emperor of the Ming Dynasty from China, between the years of 1487-1505 A.D. The meaning of his name Zhu Yountang meant foundation he was the song of Chengua emperor. When Hongzhi ruled China it was a sliver age under him, because he was remembered to be a loving and peaceful ruler he had only one empress and no concubines, Which granted him a distinction as a sole perpetually monogamous emperor in Chinese history.

 

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