How did Cao Pi die The real cause of Cao Pi's death in history
4hw.org: Recently, China's sincere film and television work "the Army division alliance" ended, which also caused a lot of fans to shout. Although the play still has the second half, it is still a while before the lower part of the show is broadcast. Cao Pi in the play has been suspected and overworked for many years, and his body has changed. Cao Pi's death has become a foregone conclusion. In history, Cao Pi also died young. You know, Cao Pi in history How did PI die?
During the six years of Cao Pi's reign, the national strength of Cao Wei was further increased, and the territory was expanded, and the invasions of Qiang Hu, Xianbei and other ethnic groups were defeated many times. However, Cao Pi's three expeditions to Wu failed. In 226 A.D., Cao Pi returned to Luoyang and became ill. Before his death, he entrusted Cao Rui to Cao Zhen, Sima Yi and others. At the age of 40, he was buried in Shouyang mausoleum with no trees or graves.
Cao Pi, Emperor Wen of Wei Dynasty, was the founding emperor of Wei Dynasty. Zihuan is a famous writer and poet in the Three Kingdoms period. One of the representatives of Jian'an literature. It was the first emperor in the Three Kingdoms period, ending more than 400 years of rule in the Han Dynasty.
In the winter of 187, Cao Pi was born in Qiao. There are few elites, reading books of ancient and Modern Classics and various schools. When you are only eight years old, you can become a writer. In the 16th year of Jian'an (211), he was the general and Deputy Prime Minister of Zhonglang. In the 22nd year of Jian'an (217), Cao Pi, with the help of Sima Yi, Wu Zhi and other ministers, defeated Cao Zhi, his younger brother, in the struggle for the right of inheritance, and was established as the son of the king of Wei.
In the first year of Yankang (220 (the year of gengzi)), Cao Cao, Emperor Wudi of Wei Dynasty, passed away. Cao Pi, the son of the emperor, succeeded as king of Wei, Prime Minister and Jizhou mu. He pacified the three rebellions of Hu, Jiuquan and Zhangye in Wuwei, and recovered the three counties of Shangyong from Liu Bei group. He actively adjusted the contradictions between Cao family and Shi family, resolutely adopted Chen Qun's opinions, established the system of nine grades, and successfully eased the conflicts between Cao family and Shi family The relationship has gained their support and laid the foundation for becoming the emperor. In October of that year, he immediately forced Han Xiandi to abdicate and ascend the throne as the emperor of the great Wei Dynasty. The capital of Luoyang is located here. It was renamed Wei, Huangchu and Luoyang. Cao Pi insisted on the autocracy of power and set up Zhongshu province. His officials were replaced by scholars. The responsibility for drafting the imperial edict documents was transferred from shangshulang to officials of Zhongshu province. The important power gradually shifted to Zhongshu province. The power of eunuch was limited by the orders of different departments. The women were not allowed to advance the administration, the officials were not allowed to play the role of empress dowager, and the family of Empress Dowager was not suitable to assist the administration. He advocated thrifty and thin burial, and prepared the final system. After he carried out the system of nine grades, he used human rights to take over the central government from the local government, but it also led to the monopoly of the ruling power of Wei by the scholars.
Some of Cao Pi's measures reflect his political ability. However, in terms of military talent, he is far from being compared with his father Cao Cao. Three times of army's attack on Wu in the South has not achieved much effect, but his literature has made considerable achievements. He is the first outstanding poet in the Three Kingdoms period of China. His "Yan Ge Xing" is the earliest seven character poem of Chinese literati; his five character poem and the music house are very moving; his "Treatise on Classics & middot; paper", which occupies an important position in the history of Chinese literary criticism, is the first monograph in the history of Chinese literary criticism. The "article" discussed is the article in a broad sense, including literary works, and involves several very important issues in literary criticism It can't help being sketchy, but it has played a role in the history of literary criticism.
In general, during the six years of his reign, Cao Wei's national strength was further increased, and his territory was expanded. He defeated the invasions of Qiang Hu, Xianbei and other ethnic groups for many times. In 226 A.D., Cao Pi returned to Luoyang and became ill. Before he died, he entrusted Cao Rui to Chen Qun, Cao Zhen, Sima Yi and others. He was forty years old. According to his life's proclamation, he was buried in Shouyang mausoleum without tree or grave.
There are many theories about the cause of Cao Pi's death
1. He was tired. In the early days of Wei Dynasty, Cao Pi rectified his internal affairs. He had to fight with several younger brothers to hurt the gods. In addition, he used his troops every year, so that he died of fatigue;
2. He is more skeptical than Cao Cao about his personality. He went back after three defeats of Wu, and his mood was not good;
3. Suffering from the cold, the old disease recurred. In the sixth year of the first half of the Yellow Dynasty, Cao Pi caught the cold during his expedition to Wu. Because it was the turn of autumn and winter at that time, plus the fog of the Yangtze River in winter, plus Cao Pi's possible injury, the recurrence of the old injury and the cold, he would soon die of a disease in Luoyang;
4. Beauty. After Cao Pi ascended the throne, in order to satisfy his private desires, he expanded the harem and made a lot of efforts to attract beautiful women.
Cao's family are lustful, once three father and son fight for a woman, but Cao Cao's early years of war, no time to drink every day, so live longer. However, Cao Pi and Cao Rui were stable in their early years, and they were spoiled by wine, lust and wealth.