Qinzong

▪ emperor of Song dynasty
Wade-Giles romanization  Ch'in-tsung , personal name (xingming)  Zhao Huan 
born 1100, China
died 1160, Yilan [now in Heilongjiang province]

      temple name (miaohao) of the last emperor (reigned 1125/26–1127) of the Bei (Northern) Song dynasty (960–1127).

      Zhao Huan became emperor when his father, the Huizong emperor (reigned 1100–1125/26), abdicated in the face of an invasion by the Juchen tribes. The invasion was halted when the Chinese agreed to a large cession of territory and a huge indemnity, but the Juchen renewed their attack two years later, capturing the capital and taking the Qinzong emperor and his father prisoner. Qinzong's brother, Zhao Gou, escaped to South China and founded the Nan (Southern) Song dynasty (1127–1279), ruling (1127–62) as the Gaozong emperor. Qinzong remained a prisoner of the Juchen until his death.

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