Zhang Jipeng, Zhang Yanan
Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua Zhejiang 321000, China
Empress Minda was one of hui zong's favorite concubines, they had three sons and three daughters. There was a story, which spread in people, about Empress Mingda planted plantain. So, this article mainly reviews a series of memorial activities held for Empress Mingda by huizong and figures out the reason why she planted plantain based on the meaning of plantain in song dynasty. In conclusion, It is believed that huizong's memorial events may have been intended to create a benevolent and loyal image of himself.
Emperor huizong, Empress mingda, Benevolent emperor
Zhang Jipeng, Zhang Yanan. The Political Intention of Emperor Huizong to Mourn the Concubines. Frontiers in Art Research (2020) Vol. 2 Issue 3: 59-62. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2020.020314.
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