Cao Cao’s second son and successor. Deposed Emperor Xian. First Wei Emperor.
Birthplace: Qiao County, Pei County
(Presently Bozhou city in Anhui Province)
Rank and Titles
General of the Gentlemen of the Household for All Purposes; Heir-Apparent; King of Wei; Governor of Jizhou; Emperor of Wei
Family and Relationships
Cao Song (Grandfather); Cao Cao (Father); Empress Bian (Mother); Cao Ang (Older Brother); Cao Zhang, Cao Zhi, Cao Xiong and others (Younger Brothers); Empress Zhen [Zhen Ji], Empress Guo (Wives); Cao Rui, Cao Xie, Cao Rui, Cao Jian, Cao Lin, Cao Li, Cao Yong, Cao Gong, Cao Yan (Sons)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 32–34, 68, 72, 78–82, 84–87, 91, 93, 94, 97, 99, 106, 109, 111, 119, 120
- Info on Cao Pi and His Reign
- Liu Bei Attacks Wu; Cao Pi Joins
- Cao Pi vs Cao Zhi
- What if Cao Pi Listened to Liu Ye?
- Sons of Cao Cao and Cao Pi (updated May 28)
- Cao Pi Compared to Cao Zhi
- Cao Pi’s Autobiography