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typeperson
name韩侂胄
name-style节夫宋史·列传第二百三十三奸臣四》:韩侂胄,字节夫,魏忠献王琦曾孙也。
born1152
died1207
authority-cbdb3326
authority-ddbc17709
authority-viaf306129880
authority-wikidataQ708637
link-wikipedia_zh韩侂胄
link-wikipedia_enHan_Tuozhou
held-officeoffice:枢密都承旨
    from-date 绍熙五年十一月庚戌
1195/1/6
宋史·本纪第三十七》:庚戌,以宜州观察使韩侂胄兼枢密都承旨。
held-officeoffice:保宁军节度使
    from-date 庆元元年六月癸酉
1195/7/28
宋史·本纪第三十七》:癸酉,以韩侂胄为保宁军节度使、提举万寿观。
held-officeoffice:提举万寿观
    from-date 庆元元年六月癸酉
1195/7/28
宋史·本纪第三十七》:癸酉,以韩侂胄为保宁军节度使、提举万寿观。
held-officeoffice:开府仪同三司
    from-date 庆元二年七月戊戌
1196/8/16
宋史·本纪第三十七》:戊戌,以韩侂胄为开府仪同三司、万寿观使。
held-officeoffice:万寿观使
    from-date 庆元二年七月戊戌
1196/8/16
宋史·本纪第三十七》:戊戌,以韩侂胄为开府仪同三司、万寿观使。
held-officeoffice:少傅
    from-date 庆元四年五月己亥
1198/6/8
宋史·本纪第三十七》:五月己亥,加韩侂胄少傅,
held-officeoffice:少师
    from-date 庆元五年九月庚寅
1199/9/22
宋史·本纪第三十七》:加韩侂胄少师,
held-officeoffice:太傅
    from-date 庆元六年十月丙戌
1200/11/11
宋史·本纪第三十七》:冬十月丙戌,加韩侂胄太傅。
held-officeoffice:平章军国重事
    from-date 嘉泰元年五月乙亥
1201/6/28
宋史·本纪第三十八》:以韩侂胄平章军国重事。
Han Tuozhou (; 1152–1207) was a Chinese politician of the Southern Song dynasty, who served as a chancellor under Emperor Ningzong.

He was responsible for Southern Song efforts to recover territories lost in northern China to the Jurchen Jin dynasty in their 1142 peace settlement that ended the Jin–Song war. In his efforts to begin a military build-up, he had Yue Fei (who had resigned during peace talks with the Jurchen, after which he was jailed and poisoned) posthumously promoted and Qin Hui (who led the aforementioned peace talks with the Jurchen) demoted. These efforts were unsuccessful, and the ensuing war was devastating to southern China, resulting in further territorial losses and terrible inflation. In consequence, Han was executed by the Song regime, and his head offered to the Jurchens as a peace offering.

Han Tuozhou is also famous for his opposition to daoxue (the Song Neo-Confucianist movement) which was banned on his order during the years 1195–99. His antagonizing policies were reversed by his successor in office, Shi Miyuan (史弥远).

Han was assassinated by bludgeoning in 1207, on his way to the imperial palace. This was an exceptional affair in the generally tolerant political atmosphere of the Song. Yuan dynasty historiographers assigned the blame of assassination on Shi Miyuan. However, such judgement is questioned. More plausibly, his extermination was ordered by Empress Yang who succeeded the deceased niece of Han Tuozhou, Empress Han (d.1200)

Han's and Su Shidan's (苏师旦) bodies were exhumed and presented to Jin as compensation for the Song's aggression, in the negotiation process carried out by Wang Nan and Xu Yi. This measure was probably undertaken as compensation for the humiliation of Jin confederate Wu Xi (吴曦), whose body was hung on displays in Xingzhou (兴州) and Lin'an. On some accounts, Jin provided Han with honorary burial, recognizing him as a loyal official.

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