Empress Wei

Empress Wei

Empress Wei may refer to:

*Empress Wei Zifu, empress during Han Dynasty
*Empress Wei (Zhongzong), empress of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty.
*Empress Dowager Wei, empress dowager of the Chinese/Di state Later Liang


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