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Liu Heng was the third son of Zhuobang, Emperor Wen of the Western Han Dynasty, and was a famous filial son, Liu Heng was very filial to his mother, and during the three years that his biological mother Bo was ill, he often served his mother without meeting his eyes and clothes; He only tasted the decoction medicine his mother took before letting him take it. In terms of political achievements, corporal punishments such as "tattooing faces, cutting off noses, and cutting feet" were abolished, and his filial piety and benevolence were widely spread.
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