Liu Xuan (three kingdoms)

Liu Xuan (224–264), style name Wenheng (文衡), was a prince of the state of Shu Han during the three kingdoms period of Chinese history. He was the oldest son of Liu Shan, the second and last ruler of Shu. Liu Xuan became crown prince in 238. After the fall of Shu to the rival state of Wei, Liu Xuan and his surviving brothers returned to the capital, . In 264, Liu Xuan was killed in Chengdu by rebelling soldiers during Zhong Hui's rebellion.

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