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1. Lü ShaoLü Shao (呂紹) (died 400), courtesy name Yongye (永業), formally Prince Yin of (Later) Liang (涼隱王), was briefly an emperor (with the title of "Heavenly Prince") of the Chinese/Di state Later Liang. He was a son of the founding emperor Lü Guang (Emperor Yiwu), but not his oldest son. Rather, he was considered Lü Guang's rightful heir because he was born of Lü Guang's wife. (His mother is therefore likely Princess Shi, although he could also be born of an even earlier wife.
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