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name前涼長寧侯default
name長寧侯
name張祚
ruleddynasty:前涼
    from-date 四十一年十一月丁卯
353/12/29
    to-date 和平二年九月戊戌
355/11/20
authority-wikidataQ712568
link-wikipedia_zh张祚
link-wikipedia_enZhang_Zuo
Zhang Zuo (張祚; died 355), courtesy name Taibo (太伯), formally Prince Wei of (Former) Liang ((前)涼威王) was a ruler of the Chinese state Former Liang. He was the only ruler of Former Liang to formally declare a break from Jin Dynasty (266–420), and historical sources variously report him as having declared himself an emperor (per Jin Shu) or a prince (per Zizhi Tongjian). He was commonly viewed as a usurper (having seized the throne from his nephew Zhang Yaoling after his brother Zhang Chonghua's death) and initially not acknowledged as a Former Liang ruler, but his brother Zhang Tianxi later nevertheless gave him the posthumous name of Wei.

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