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Daniel R. Serpas • 1 year ago

Yongyan (Jiaqing Emperor) - 13 November 1760 Emperor Chinese The Jiaqing Emperor was the ruler of China in 1806, when the Chinese Embassy to England brought back Temeraire with William Laurence and his crew of aviators. The emperor's companion dragon was Temeraire's uncle, a male Celestial (possibly Lung Tien Chu). www.temeraire.org...

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