Who married Kangxi Emperor?

Consort Chun Yu Qin married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Ding married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Hui married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Liang married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Ping married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Rong married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Shun Yi Mi married Kangxi Emperor .

Consort Yi married Kangxi Emperor .

Empress Xiaochengren married Kangxi Emperor .

Empress Xiaogongren married Kangxi Emperor .

Empress Xiaoyiren married Kangxi Emperor .

Empress Xiaozhaoren married Kangxi Emperor .

Honored Consort Wenxi married Kangxi Emperor .

Honored Imperial Noble Consort Jing Min married Kangxi Emperor .

Imperial Concubine Xi married Kangxi Emperor .

Imperial Noble Consort Dun Yi married Kangxi Emperor .

Imperial Noble Consort Quehui married Kangxi Emperor .

Kangxi Emperor

Kangxi Emperor

The Kangxi Emperor (5 May 1654 – 20 December 1722), personal name Xuanye, was the fourth Emperor of the Qing dynasty, and the second Qing emperor to rule over China proper.

The Kangxi Emperor's reign of 61 years (from 1661 until 1722) makes him the longest-reigning emperor in Chinese history (although his grandson, the Qianlong Emperor, had the longest period of de facto power) and one of the longest-reigning rulers in the world. However, since he ascended the throne at the age of seven, actual power was held for six years by four regents and his grandmother, the Grand Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang.

The Kangxi Emperor is considered one of China's greatest emperors. He suppressed the Revolt of the Three Feudatories, forced the Kingdom of Tungning in Taiwan and assorted Mongol rebels in the North and Northwest to submit to Qing rule, and blocked Tsarist Russia on the Amur River, retaining Outer Manchuria and Outer Northwest China.

The Kangxi Emperor's reign brought about long-term stability and relative wealth after years of war and chaos. He initiated the period known as the "Prosperous Era of Kangxi and Qianlong" or "High Qing", which lasted for several generations after his death. His court also accomplished such literary feats as the compilation of the Kangxi Dictionary.

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Consort Chun Yu Qin

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Consort Ding

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Consort Hui

Consort Hui
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Consort Liang

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Consort Ping

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Consort Rong

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Consort Shun Yi Mi

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Consort Yi

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Empress Xiaochengren

Empress Xiaochengren

Empress Xiaochengren (3 February 1654 – 6 June 1674), of the Manchu Plain Yellow Banner Hešeri clan, was a posthumous name bestowed to the wife and first empress consort of Xuanye, the Kangxi Emperor. She was Empress consort of Qing from 1665 until her death in 1674. Although her marriage was a purely political one, the Kangxi Emperor was very fond of her and left the position of empress vacant for about three years after her death.

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Empress Xiaogongren

Empress Xiaogongren

Empress Xiaogongren (28 April 1660 – 25 June 1723), of the Manchu Plain Yellow Banner Uya clan, was a posthumous name bestowed to the consort of Xuanye, the Kangxi Emperor and mother of Yinzhen, the Yongzheng Emperor. She was honoured as Empress Dowager Renshou during the reign of her son and posthumously honoured as empress, although she never held the rank of empress consort during her lifetime.

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Empress Xiaoyiren

Empress Xiaoyiren

Empress Xiaoyiren (died 24 August 1689), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Tunggiya clan, was a posthumous name bestowed to the wife and third empress consort of Xuanye, the Kangxi Emperor. She was Empress consort of Qing in 1689.

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Empress Xiaozhaoren

Empress Xiaozhaoren

Empress Xiaozhaoren (1653 – 18 March 1678), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Niohuru clan, was a posthumous name bestowed to the wife and second empress consort of Xuanye, the Kangxi Emperor. She was Empress consort of Qing from 1677 until her death in 1678.

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Honored Consort Wenxi

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Honored Imperial Noble Consort Jing Min

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Imperial Concubine Xi

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Imperial Noble Consort Dun Yi

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Imperial Noble Consort Quehui

Dowager Imperial Noble Consort Quehui (1668 – 24 April 1743), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Tunggiya clan, was a consort of the Kangxi Emperor. She was 14 years his junior.

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