Cao Yan

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Cao Yan
曹儼
Prince of Guangping (廣平王)
Tenure 222 – 223
Born Unknown
Died 223
Full name
Family name: Cao (曹)
Given name: Yan (儼)
Posthumous name
Prince Ai (哀王)
House House of Cao
Father Cao Pi
Mother Consort Song

Cao Yan (died 223) was a prince in the state of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period of China. He was a son of Cao Pi, the first emperor of Wei. His mother, Consort Song (宋姬), was a concubine of Cao Pi.[1] He was enfeoffed as the Prince of Guangping (廣平王) in 222. After his death in the following year, his princedom was abolished because he had no son to inherit it.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ (文皇帝九男: ... 宋姬生廣平哀王儼。) Sanguozhi vol. 20.
  2. ^ (廣平哀王儼,黃初三年封。四年薨。無子。國除。) Sanguozhi vol. 20.
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