Liu Piguang

Liu Piguang (simplified Chinese: 刘辟光; traditional Chinese: 劉辟光; died 154 BC) was the ninth son of Liu Fei and grandson of Emperor Gaozu of Han. When Prince of Qi, Liu Ze died without an heir in 165 BC, Emperor Wen of Han divided the Qi territory in the land among the living sons of Liu Fei. In 164, Piguang was created as Prince of Jinan receiving part of the former Qi land. In 154 BC, he joined the Rebellion of the Seven States initiated by Liu Pi, Prince of Wu. Piguang was defeated and killed by general Dou Ying and Zhou Yafu in battle. His land was returned to Han and title was abolished

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