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Tianxi was a Chinese era name used by several emperors of China. It may refer to:

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Xianfeng Emperor 8th Emperor of the Qing dynasty

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Yuanhe Xingzuan "The register of the great families from the Yuanhe reign (806-820)" vol. 6, the Yuwen part 2 records:

(宇文)本遼東南單于之後, 有普回因獵得玉璽, 以為天授. 鮮卑俗呼天子為宇文, 因號宇文氏.

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