King of Chu (Han Dynasty)

King of Chu (Han Dynasty)

King of Chu was a noble title in the Han Dynasty, first created by Emperor Gao of Han in 202 BC for Han Xin, a military leader of the Han army in Chu-Han Contention. In 201 BC, Han Xin was demoted to Marquess of Huaiyin and the Chu kingdom became extinct.


Han Xin, King of Chu, (202 BC-201 BC)

ee also

*Prince of Chu
*Farewell My Concubine (play)

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