During the feudal rule, all dynasties belonged to one family. Many emperors would reward their sons and give them king titles. Of course, not all kings can become emperors in the future. This king title can be regarded as the most emperor's king title. Any prince who has been given this king title, many people later become emperors, and this king title is Jin Wang.
1. Yang Guang
Yang Guang was the second son of Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty Yang Jian and Queen Dugu, and was established as King of Jin when he was thirteen years old. According to the rules of the eldest son succession system, Yang Guangben will no longer have anything to do with the throne. In fact, Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty did indeed establish Yang Guang's brother Yang Yong as the prince, as the only legal heir to the throne. This is also a foregone conclusion.
Unforeseen circumstances, Yang Yong’s crown prince was not able to end up, because his errands were eventually abolished, and Yang Guang had the opportunity to win with his outstanding performance. After Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty liked him, he was established as the prince. Later, after Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty was lying in bed, he recognized Yang Guang's face and wanted to destroy him. However, he failed to succeed and was instead imprisoned. After Emperor Wen died, Yang Guang He inherited the throne and became the second emperor of the Sui Dynasty. Sui Yang.
2. Li Zhi
Li Zhi is the third son of Li Shimin and Empress Changsun, and TaiLi Chengqian, the son of Li Chengqian, and Li Tai, the king of the Wei Dynasty, were brothers who were named kings of Jin by Li Shimin when they were three years old. Although Li Zhi is a prostitute, he ranks third. There are two older brothers in front of him, and his second brother Li Tai is Li Shimin’s favorite prince. Even if Li Chengqian has an accident, Li Tai is the most likely successor to the throne. So it seems unlikely that he will inherit the throne.
The prince Li Chengqian later tried to rebel, but the matter was revealed and the position of prince was abolished, and the position of prince was vacant since then. The king of Wei, Li Tai, was the most favored, and he had already thought about the throne. After Li Chengqian was abolished, he even tried to do something and acted like a baby to Li Shimin in an attempt to get Li Shimin to give him the throne, but because he said he was going to kill. His only son gave up the throne to his younger brother Li Zhi a hundred years later, so he lost the opportunity, and the crown prince fell to Li Zhi. Li Zhi also became the later emperor, Tang Gaozong.
3. Li Cunxu
Li Cunxu was born in the Five Dynasties Period in the late Tang Dynasty, and his father is Jin Wang Li Keyong. Li Cunxu was originally from the Shatuo tribe of the Western Turks, and his surname was Zhu Xie. Because his grandfather Zhu Xie was very successful in suppressing Pang Xun's mutiny, he was given the surname Li by the emperor of the Tang Dynasty. Li Cunxu reads "The Spring and Autumn" well, both civil and military, and he joined the army at the age of eleven.
At that time, the Central Plains was controlled by Liang Wang Zhuwen, and Li Keyong was the Hedong Jiedu envoy, and established the Hedong separatist power. And because he was named King of Jin, he also became Jin. In order to seize the hegemony of the Central Plains, Li Keyong and Zhu Wen fought a battle between Jin and Liang for twenty years. After Li Keyong died, Li Cunxu inherited the title of his father and became Jin Wang.
Li Cunxu is brave and good at war, and has great strategy. He has been on the throne for fifteen years, calming down many places, and making Jin strong, Zhongxing Tang Dynasty dominance, established the Later Tang Dynasty, became the founding emperor of the Later Tang Dynasty.
4. Chai Rong
Chai Rong was born in a wealthy family, but due to the fall of the family, he defected to his aunt when he was very young, so he was in his aunt since he was a child. Parents are big. His uncle is no one else but Guo Wei. Guo Wei saw that Chai Rong had a good nature, and because Chai did not give birth to a son for Guo Wei, he adopted Chai Rong as his son.
Guo Wei later came from Rong, Chai Rong followed all the way, and finally Guo Wei established Zhou Zhou and became the emperor, and Chai Rong also became the prince. Chai Rong was a man of talent. During his time as an official, "Purging politics, stealing from the country...the officials and the people", was named King of Jin. After Guo Wei died, Chai Rong succeeded to the throne according to Guo Wei’s will. He became emperor.
5. Liu Sheng
Liu Sheng was a native of the Southern Han Dynasty during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He was the fourth son of Liu Yan, the emperor of the Southern Han Dynasty, and the younger brother of Liu Ting, the emperor of the Southern Han Dynasty. Before he succeeded to the throne, he was also named King Jin. After his elder brother Liu Ding became the emperor, he became extravagant and jealous of his brothers, so Liu Sheng had the idea of a coup. In the second year of Guangtian in the Southern Han Dynasty, Liu Sheng killed his brother. Self-reliant and became the emperor.
6. Zhao Guangyi
Zhao Guangyi is the younger brother of Song Taizu Zhao Kuangyin. He followed his elder brother all the way to the Northern War, and participated in the mutiny when he was in Chen Qiaoyi. Together with the generals, he added to Zhao Kuangyin's yellow robe and established the Northern Song Dynasty. After that, he was conferred a knight by an official until he was finally named King of Jin, ranking above the prime minister. After the death of Zhao Kuangyin, Zhao Guangyi succeeded to the emperor and became the second emperor of the Song Dynasty.