Lou Rui

Lou Rui was a powerful tribesman from the far north, the cousin of four Northern Qi (550–577 CE) emperors. His carved epitaph states that personal connections, financial resources, and success implementing the emperors’ commands garnered him important military, provincial, and court titles. Other historical sources suggest he was neither highly respected nor universally praised—he was said to be greedy, arrogant, and philandering, as well as disdainful of the law. Nevertheless, his imperial connections ensured his rise to high position. Periodically stripped of titles after complaints about his behavior, he was inevitably restored to favor and even greater office. He was honored at his death in 570 as the Grand Minister of War.

Epitaph of Lou Rui, tomb of Lou Rui (d. 570 CE), Northern Qi dynasty (550–577 CE), carved stone, unearthed 1979, Wangguo Village, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, Shanxi Museum, Taiyuan Detail of Wall Painting, tomb of Lou Rui (d. 570 CE), Northern Qi dynasty (550–577 CE), unearthed 1979, Wangguo Village, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, Shanxi Museum, Taiyuan

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