Dorgon


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Dorgon

(ˈdɔːɡɒn)
n
(Biography) 1612–50, Manchurian prince, who ruled China as regent (1643–50) and helped to establish the Ching dynasty
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141) Just as Zhou Gong took over some Shang rules, Dorgon adopted much of the Ming code.
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At twelve he deposed the over-ambitious regent, his uncle Dorgon, whose scheme to become emperor himself was thwarted, if Vath's account is to be given full credence, by Schall's intervention.