Sima (surname)
Sima (simplified Chinese: 司马; traditional Chinese: 司馬; pinyin: Sīmǎ; Wade–Giles: Ssu-ma) is a Chinese family name. Unlike most single-character Chinese family names, it is one of the r...
Cao Yu (Three Kingdoms)
Cao Yu (died 278), courtesy name Pengzu, was a prince in the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. He was a son of Cao Cao, a warlord who rose to power towards the end of the Han dynasty ...
Xiang Xiu
Xiang Xiu (Chinese: 向秀) is one of the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove. His most famous contribution is a commentary on the Zhuangzi, which was later used and amended by Guo Xiang. After his friend...
Yang Huiyu
Yang Huiyu (214–278), formally known as Empress Jingxian (景獻皇后, literally "the decisive and wise empress"), semi-formally known as Empress Dowager Hongxun (弘訓太后), was an empress dowager during the Jin...
Wang Ye
Wang Ye may refer to:
Qian Hong (Three Kingdoms)
Qian Hong (died 271) was a military general of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served the Jin Dynasty after the end of Cao Wei. Qian served as prefect of Longxi while p...
Huangfu Mi
Huangfu Mi (215–282) was a Chinese scholar and physician during the late Eastern Han, Three Kingdoms, and Western Jin periods of Chinese history. He was born in a poor farming family in present-day Ga...
Sun (surname)
Sun is a translation of a common Chinese surname (simplified Chinese: 孙; traditional Chinese: 孫; pinyin: Sūn). Other transliterations include Suen (Hong Kong and regions with Cantonese-speaking popula...
Zhang (surname)
Zhang is the pinyin romanization of the very common Chinese surname written 张 in simplified characters and 張 traditionally. It is spoken in the first tone: Zhāng. It is a surname that exists in many ...
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Wei Huacun
Wei Huacun (252–334), courtesy name Xianan (贤安), was a founder of the Shangqing sect of Daoism.
Wei was born in 252 in Jining, Shandong in the former county of Rencheng (任城). Her father, Wei Shu ...
Pei Xiu
Pei Xiu (224–271), courtesy name Jiyan, was a minister, geographer, and cartographer of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history, as well as the subsequent Jin Dy...
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Sima Fu
Sima Fu (180–272) was a politician of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history.
Sima Fu was a younger brother of Sima Yi, and for this reason he served the state of Cao Wei. It ...
Sun Hao
Sun Hao (242–284), courtesy name Yuanzong, originally named Sun Pengzu with the courtesy name Haozong, was the fourth and last emperor of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period. He w...
Yang Hu
Not to be confused with Yang Hu zh:阳虎/陽虎, the Spring and Autumn retainer-usurper in the state of Lu. Yang Hu (221–278), courtesy name Shuzi (叔子), was a military general who lived in the Western Jin D...
Wei Guan
Wei Guan (220–291), courtesy name Boyu (伯玉), formally Duke Cheng of Lanling (蘭陵成公), was an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served the Jin Dynasty after the ...
Xi Zheng
Xi Zheng (died 278), courtesy name Lingxian, was an author and politician of the state of Shu Han during the late Three Kingdoms period. He also served during the early Jin Dynasty.
Born Xi Zuan (...
Ruan Xian
Ruan Xian (Chinese: 阮咸; pinyin: Ruǎn Xián; Wade–Giles: Juan Hsien, zfl. 3rd century), courtesy name Zhongrong (pinyin: Zhòng Róng; Wade–Giles: Chung-jung), was a Chinese scholar wh...
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Shan Tao (Taoist)
Shan Tao (205–283, Chinese: 山濤) is one of the Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove—a group of Chinese Taoist scholars, writers, and musicians who lived in the 3rd century CE. He is the nephew of ...
Qiao Zhou
Qiao Zhou (died 270), courtesy name Yunnan, was an official of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. He previously served under Liu Zhang, the Governor of Yi Province (covering presen...
Cao Huan
Cao Huan (246-303), courtesy name Jingming, was the fifth and last emperor of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. In 265, he abdicated the throne in favour of Sima Yan (later Empero...
Emperor Wu of Jin
Emperor Wu of Jin, (simplified Chinese: 晋武帝; traditional Chinese: 晉武帝; pinyin: Jìn Wǔ Dì; Wade–Giles: Chin Wu-ti; 236 – 17 May 290), personal name Sima Yan (Chinese: 司馬炎; pinyin...
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Du Yu
Du Yu (Chinese: 杜預; pinyin: Dù Yù) (222–285), courtesy name Yuankai (元凱), was a military general of Cao Wei during the late Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history and a Confucian philosopher...
Zhou Zhi
Zhou Zhi (Chinese: 周旨; pinyin: Zhōu Zhǐ) was a military general of the Jin Dynasty. Between 279 and 280, he participated in the campaign against Eastern Wu under the command of Du Yu. He led 8...
Xue Ying
Xue Ying (died 282), courtesy name Daoyan (道言), was a minister of the state of Eastern Wu during the late Three Kingdoms period. He was the son of Xue Zong. The inept ruler of Wu, Sun Hao, was prepare...
Jia Chong
Jia Chong (217–282), courtesy name Gonglü (公閭), formally known as Duke Wu of Lu (魯武公), was an official of the Jin Dynasty period of Chinese history. He was an advisor to the Cao Wei regents Sima...
Wen Yang (Three Kingdoms)
Wen Chu (238–291), courtesy name Ciqian, better known as Wen Yang, was a general of the Jin dynasty. He previously served as a military officer in the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period...
Dong Jue
Dong Jue (birth and death dates unknown), courtesy name Gongxi, was an official who lived in the Western Jin Dynasty. He previously served in the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period.
Jiang Wei's Northern Expeditions
Jiang Wei's Northern Expeditions refer to a series of nine military campaigns launched by Shu Han general Jiang Wei against the rival state of Cao Wei from 247 to 262, during the Three Kingdoms period...
Jiang Wei's Northern Expeditions - Wikipedia
Lu (surname)
Lu is the pinyin and Wade–Giles romanization of several distinct Chinese surnames that are written with different characters in Chinese. Depending on the character, it may be spelled Lú, Lǔ, or Lù whe...