Empress of Sui Dynasty

Empress of Sui Dynasty

Sui Dynasty had two empresses in its history:

# Empress Dugu Qieluo (r. 581-602), the wife of Emperor Wen.
# Empress Xiao (r. 605-618), the wife of Emperor Yang.


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