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{{{royal_title}}} of The Empire of Manchu
Monarchy
Ashikaga Yoshinori (1)
Incumbent:
Emperor Horiyoshi Yokohama III
since 1662


This page lists all the rulers of Manchu

Emperors of First Jurchen Kingdom

Jianzhou Clan

Portrait Ruler Began Ended Remarks
Wanggiyan Aguda
Wányán Āgǔdǎ 1368 1375 United the various Jurchen clans in North-East China and formed the first Jurchen state, under the Jianzhou Clan
Screenshot 222
Wányán Wúqǐmǎi 1375 1383
Screenshot 55
Wányán Hélá 1383 1388
Screenshot 8888
Wányán Dígǔnǎi 1388 1410
Screenshot 800
Wányán Wūlù 1410 1432
Screenshot 4444
Wányán Jǐng 1432 1460
Screenshot 999
WányánYǒngjì 1460 1487 Married his daughter to the Ming Emperor, temporarily establishing a Dynastic Union between the Jianzhou and Ming
Screenshot 1000
WányánXún 1487 1493
Screenshot 7000
WányánLiàng 1493 1504
Screenshot 344
WányánShǒuxù 1504 1538 Last Emperor, killed during the battle of Changchun by Ming forces 

Emperors of Ming Empire

Ming Dynasty

Portrait Ruler Began Ended Remarks
Screenshot 509
Zhū Hòucōng 1538 1567 Announced Ming sovereignty over the Jurchens and married the last survivor of the Jianzhou regicide, the daughter of Wányán Shǒuxù
Screenshot 688
Zhū Zǎihòu 1567 1572
Screenshot 788
Zhū Yìjūn 1572 1591 Ming control over Manchu was put down by 1591 in a series of rebellions led by the Jurchens, and the Ming Emperor formally renounced Ming sovereignty over the Jurchens by 1611

Emperors of Second Jurchen Kingdom

Hiaxi Clan

Portrait Ruler Began Ended Remarks
Screenshot 888
Shizu Zhongtong 1591 1602 The Second Jurchen state was established, with the defeat of the Ming forces; and the unification of the Jurchen clans who had fought against the Ming under the Hiaxi Clan
Screenshot 98
Chéngzōng Yuanzhen 1602 1605
Screenshot 10000
Wǔzōng Zhinda 1605 1606
Screenshot 1111
Rénzōng Huangqing 1606 1609 Signed an alliance with the Jin Jurchen clan 
Screenshot 566
Nurhaci Tiānmìng 1609 16011 Overthrew the Hiaxi Clan from power and announced the formation of the 'Later Jin Empire' which eventually became known as the Manchu Empire as the title of Jin had already been acquired by another Chinese state

Emperors of Manchu Empire

Manchu Dynasty

Portrait Ruler Began Ended Remarks
Screenshot 566
Nurhaci Tiānmìng 1611 1626 Overthrew the Hiaxi Clan from power and announced the formation of the 'Later Jin Empire' which eventually became known as the Manchu Empire as the title of Jin had already been acquired by another Chinese state
Screenshot 6887
Huángtàijí Tiāncōng 1626 1645
Screenshot 7777
Fúlín Shùnzhì 1645 1662 Married his daughter, to the son of the Emperor of Japan, who in turn succeeded him with Shùnzhì's death
Screenshot 89898
Horiyoshi Yokohama III 1662 1670 Married his daughter, to the son of the Emperor of Japan, who in turn succeeded him with Shùnzhì's death. Horiyoshi Yokohama III remained the Emperor of the Manchu, until the death of his father Horiyoshi Yokohama II; at which point he took up the throne of Japan and Manchu and established a union between the two states

Emperors of Greater Japan - Manchuria

Yokohama Dynasty

Portrait Ruler Began Ended Remarks
Screenshot 89898
Horiyoshi Yokohama III 1662 [Incumbent] Married his daughter, to the son of the Emperor of Japan, who in turn succeeded him with Shùnzhì's death. Horiyoshi Yokohama III remained the Emperor of the Manchu, until the death of his father Horiyoshi Yokohama II; at which point he took up the throne of Japan and Manchu and established a union between the two states

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