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Persons in Chinese History - Age of Division (c. 200 - 600 CE)

Periods of Chinese History
This section includes persons from the "Three Kingdoms" Wei 魏, Shu 蜀 and Wu 吳, the Western and Eastern Jin dynasties 晉, the "Sixteen Barbarian States" 五胡十六國, the "Southern Dynasties" Liu-Song 劉宋, Southern Qi 南齊, Liang 梁, Chen 陳, and the "Northern Dynasties" Northern Wei 北魏, Eastern Wei 東魏 and Western Wei 西魏, Northern Qi 北齊 and Northern Zhou 北周.

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Transcription: Pinyin. You can also search for persons by pressing keys [Strg][F].


A[top]
Adou 阿斗, see Liu Shan 劉禪

B[top]
Bi Gui 畢軌 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Bian Zhang 邊章 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)

Bing Yuan 邴原 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
C[top]
Cang Ci 倉慈, official of the Cao-Wei
Cao Cao 曹操, see Wei Wudi 魏武帝
Cao Chun 曹純 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Fang 曹芳 (ruler of the Cao-Wei dynasty, r. 239-254)
Cao Hong 曹洪 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Mao 曹髦 (ruler of the Cao-Wei dynasty, r. 254-260 CE)
Cao Pi 曹丕, see Wei Wendi 魏文帝
Cao Ren 曹仁 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Shuang 曹爽 (regent of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Cao Xi 曹羲 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Xiong 曹熊, prince (Cao-Wei)
Cao Xiu 曹休 (military commander Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Xun 曹訓 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Zhang 曹彰, general (Cao-Wei)
Cao Zhao 曹肇 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Zhen 曹真 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cao Zhi 曹植, poet (Cao-Wei)
Chang Lin 常林, official (Cao-Wei)
Chen Deng 陳登 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Chen Gaozu 陳高祖 Chen Baxian 陳霸先
Chen Houzhu 陳後主 Chen Shubao 陳叔寳
Chen Jiao 陳矯, official (Cao-Wei)
Chen Lin 陳琳, writer (Later Han)
Chen Qun 陳群, official (Cao-Wei)
Chen Rong 陳容 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Cheng Yu 程昱, high official (Cao-Wei)
Cui Hao 崔浩
Cui Lin 崔林, official (Cao-Wei)

D[top]
Deng Ai 鄧艾
Deng Yang 鄧颺 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Dian Wei 典韋, official (Cao-Wei)
Diao Chan 貂蟬 (beauty, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Ding Mi 丁謐 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Dong Zhao 董昭, high official (Cao-Wei)
Du Ji 杜畿, official of the Cao-Wei
Du Xi 杜襲, official (Cao-Wei)
Du Yu 杜預 (Confucian scholar, Western Jin)

E[top]
Empress Dowager Feng 馮太后
Empress Dowager Hu 胡太后
Empress Jia 賈后
Erzhu Rong 爾朱榮

F[top]
Faxian 法顯 (Buddhist monk travelling to India, Eastern Jin)
Fa Zheng 法正
Fan Chou 樊稠 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Fan Zhen 范縝 (Confucian scholar, Southern Dynasties)
Fu Jian 苻堅
Fu Gu 傅嘏, thinker (Cao-Wei)
Fu Xian 傅咸 (writer, Western Jin)
Fu Xuan 傅玄 (philosopher, Western Jin)

G[top]
Gan Bao 干寶 (writer, Eastern Jin)
Gao Huan 高歡
Gao Rou 高柔, official (Cao-Wei)
Gaotang Long 高堂隆, official (Cao-Wei)
Ge Hong 葛洪 (Daoist master, Eastern Jin)
Ge Xuan 葛玄 (Daoist master, Three Kingdoms)
Gongsun Du 公孫度 (general, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Gongsun Gong 公孫恭 (official of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Gongsun Kang 公孫康 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Gongsun Yuan 公孫淵 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Gu Rong 顧榮
Guan Ning 管寧 (scholar, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Guan Yu 關羽 (general of Shu, Three Kingdoms)
Guanqiu Jian 毌丘儉, general (Cao-Wei)
Guo Huai 郭淮, military commander (Cao-Wei)
Guo Jia 郭嘉 (military commander, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Guo Pu 郭璞 (philosopher, Eastern Jin)
Guo Si 郭汜 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Guo Yuan 國淵 (minister, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Guo Xiang 郭象 (philosopher, Western Jin)

H[top]
Han Hao 韓浩 (military commander, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Han Ji 韓暨, official (Cao-Wei)
Han Kangbo 韓康伯 (philosopher, Eastern Jin)
Han Sui 韓遂 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Han Zhaoliedi 漢昭烈帝 Liu Bei 劉備 (founder of the Shu-Han dynasty, r. 221-222)
He Qia 和洽, official (Cao-Wei)
He Yan 何晏 (philosopher, Three Kingdoms)
Helian Bobo 赫連勃勃
Hou Jing 侯景
Hu Zhao 胡昭 (scholar, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Hu Zhi 胡質, military commander (Cao-Wei)
Hua Tuo 華佗, physician (Eastern Han)
Hua Xin 華歆, high official (Cao-Wei)
Huan Wen 桓溫
Huan Fan 桓範 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Huan Jie 桓階, official (Cao-Wei)
Huan Xuan 桓玄
Huang Kan 皇侃 (Confucian scholar, Southern Dynasties)
Huang Zhong 黃忠 (general of Shu, Three Kingdoms)
Huangfu Mi 皇甫謐 (philosopher and physician, Western Jin)

J[top]
Ji Han 嵇含 (writer and botanist, Western Jin)
Ji Kang 嵇康 (thinker, Western Jin)
Jia Kui 賈逵, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Jia Xu 賈詡 (general, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Jian'an qizi 建安七子, group of writers (Later Han)
Jiang Ji 蔣濟, high official (Cao-Wei)
Jiang Wei 姜維
Jiao Xian 焦先 (hermit, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Jin Wudi 晉武帝 Sima Yan 司馬炎
Jin Yuandi 晉元帝 Sima Jun 司馬睿
Juqu Mengxun 沮渠蒙遜

K[top]

Kong Rong 孔融, writer (Later Han)

L[top]
Li Cong 李聰
Li Dian 李典, official (Cao-Wei)
Li Feng 李豐 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Li Gao 李暠
Li Jue 李傕 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Li Sheng 李勝 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Li Tong 李通, official (Cao-Wei)
Li Yuan 李淵
Li Xiong 李雄
Liang Mao 涼茂 (minister, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Liang Wudi 梁武帝 Xiao Yan 蕭衍
Liang Xi 梁習, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Liang Yuandi 梁元帝 Xiao Yi 蕭繹
Liu Bei 劉備, see Han Zhaoliedi 漢昭烈帝
Liu Chan, see Liu Shan 劉禪
Liu Fang 劉放, high official (Cao-Wei)
Liu Fu 劉馥, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Liu Kun 劉琨
Liu Ling 劉伶 (thinker, Western Jin)
Liu Laozhi 劉牢之
Liu Shan 劉禪 (last ruler of the Shu-Han dynasty, r. 223-263 CE)
Liu Shao 劉劭, philosopher (Cao-Wei)
Liu Yao 劉曜
Liu Ye 劉曄, high official (Cao-Wei)
Liu Yi 劉廙, thinker (Cao-Wei)
Liu Yi 劉毅
Liu Yu 劉裕, see Song Wudi 宋武帝
Liu Zhen 劉楨, writer (Later Han)
Lu Xun 陸遜
Lu Xun 盧循
Lu Yu 盧毓, official (Cao-Wei)
Lü Bu 呂布 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Lü Guang 呂光
Lü Meng 呂蒙 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Lü Qian 呂虔, official (Cao-Wei)

M[top]
Ma Chao 馬超 (general, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Man Chong 滿寵, military commander (Cao-Wei)
Mei Ze 梅賾 (Confucian scholar, Eastern Jin)
Meng Huo 孟獲
Muqiu Jian 母丘儉, see Guanqiu Jian 毌丘儉
Murong Chui 慕容垂
Murong De 慕容德
Murong Hui 慕容廆
Murong Huang 慕容皩

N[top]

O[top]
Ouyang Jian 歐陽建 (philosopher, Western Jin)

P[top]
Pang De 龐悳, military official (Cao-Wei)
Pang Yu 龐淯, official (Cao-Wei)
Pei Qian 裴潛, official (Cao-Wei)
Pei Wei 裴頠 (philosopher of the Western Jin)

Q[top]
Qi Gaozu 齊高祖 Xiao Daocheng 蕭道成
Qi Wenxuandi 齊文宣帝 Gao Yang 高洋
Qi Wannian 齊萬年
Qian Zhao 牽招, official (Cao-Wei)
Qifu Guoren 乞伏國仁

R[top]
Ren Jun 任峻, official of Cao Cao, Later Han
Ruan Ji 阮籍 (thinker, Western Jin)
Ruan Xian 阮咸 (musician, Western Jin)
Ruan Yu 阮瑀, writer (Later Han)

S[top]
San Cao 三曹, the Three Caos, writers, see also Cao Cao 曹操, Cao Pi 曹丕, Cao Zhi 曹植
Shan Tao 山濤 (writer, Three Kingdoms)
Shi Bing 石冰
Shi Hu 石虎
Shi Huan 史渙 (military commaner, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Shi Le 石勒
Shu Xi 束晳 (philosopher, Western Jin)
Sima Biao 司馬彪 (historian and philosopher, Western Jin)
Sima Lang 司馬朗, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Sima Shi 司馬師 (general of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Sima Yi 司馬懿 (regent of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Sima Yan 司馬炎, see Jin Wudi 晉武帝
Sima Zhao 司馬昭 (regent of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Sima Yi 司馬懿
Song Wendi 宋文帝 Liu Yilong 劉義隆
Song Wudi 宋武帝 Liu Yu 劉裕
Su Jun 蘇峻
Su Ze 蘇則, official of the Cao-Wei
Sun Ce 孫策 (general, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Sun Chuo 孫綽 (philosopher, Eastern Jin)
Sun En 孫恩
Sun Hao 孫皓 (ruler of the Wu dynasty, r. 264-280)
Sun Jian 孫堅 (general, Later Han/Three Kingdoms)
Sun Li 孫禮, official (Cao-Wei)
Sun Liang 孫亮 (ruler of the Wu dynasty, r. 252-258 CE)
Sun Quan 孫權, see Wu Dadi 吳大帝

T[top]
Tan Daoji 檀道濟
Tang Yu 唐寓
Tao Kan 陶侃
Tian Chou 田疇 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Tian Yu 田豫, military commander (Cao-Wei)
Tufa Rutan 禿髮傉橝
Tufa Wugu 禿髮烏孤
Tuoba Gui 拓跋珪, see Wei Daowudi 魏道武帝

W[top]
Wang Bi 王弼 (Confucian scholar, Three Kingdoms)
Wang Can 王粲, writer and thinker (Cao-Wei)
Wang Chang 王昶, high official (Cao-Wei)
Wang Dao 王導
Wang Dun 王敦
Wang Guan 王觀, official (Cao-Wei)
Wang Ji 王基, military commander (Cao-Wei)
Wang Jun 王濬
Wang Lang 王朗, high official and scholar (Cao-Wei)
Wang Lie 王烈 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Wang Ling 王淩, high official, general (Cao-Wei)
Wang Meng 王猛
Wang Rong 王戎 (thinker, Western Jin)
Wang Sengbian 王僧辯
Wang Su 王肅 (philosopher, Three Kingdoms)
Wang Yan 王衍 (scholar, Western Jin)
Wang You 王脩 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Wang Yun 王允 (minister, late Eastern Han)
Wei Daowudi 魏道武帝 Tuoba Gui 拓跋珪
Wei Ji 衛覬, thinker (Cao-Wei)
Wei Taiwudi 魏太武帝 Tuoba Tao 拓跋燾
Wei Mingdi 魏明帝 Cao Rui 曹叡 (ruler of the Cao-Wei dynasty, r. 226-239 CE)
Wei Wendi 魏文帝 Cao Pi 曹丕 (founder of the Cao-Wei dynasty, r. 220-226)
Wei Wudi 魏武帝 Cao Cao 曹操 (warlord of the late Han period)
Wei Yuandi 魏元帝 Cao Huan 曹奂 (last ruler of the Cao-Wei dynasty, r. 260-265)
Wei Xiaowudi 魏孝武帝 Tuoba Hong or Yuan Hong 元宏
Wei Zhen 衛臻, official (Cao-Wei)
Wen Hui 溫恢, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Wen Pin 文聘, official (Cao-Wei)
Wen Qin 文欽, general (Cao-Wei, Wu)
Wu Dadi 吳大帝 Sun Quan 孫權 (founder of the Wu dynasty, r. 222-252)
Wu Jingdi 吳景帝(r. 258-264) Sun Xiu 孫休 (ruler of the Wu dynasty, r. 258-264)
Wuqiu Jian 毋丘儉, see Guanqiu Jian 毌丘儉

X[top]
Xiang Xiu 向秀 (thinker, Western Jin)
Xiahou Dun 夏侯惇 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Xiahou Shang 夏侯尚 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Xiahou Xuan 夏侯玄 (philosopher and official of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Xiahou Yuan 夏侯淵 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Xiao Daocheng 蕭道成, see Qi Gaozu 齊高祖
Xiao Yan 蕭衍, see Liang Wudi 梁武帝
Xie An 謝安
Xie Xuan 謝玄
Xin Pi 辛毗, official (Cao-Wei)
Xu Chu 許褚, official (Cao-Wei)
Xu Gan 徐幹, writer (Later Han)
Xu Huang 徐晃, general (Cao-Wei)
Xu Miao 徐邈, high official (Cao-Wei)
Xu Xuan 徐宣, official (Cao-Wei)
Xun Han 荀甝 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Xun Yi 荀霬 (minister of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Xun You 荀攸 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Xun Yu 荀彧
Xun Yun 荀惲 (general of Wei, Three Kingdoms)

Y[top]
Yan Wen 閻溫, official (Cao-Wei)
Yang Fu 楊阜, official (Cao-Wei)
Yang Hu 羊祜
Yang Jun 楊俊, official (Cao-Wei)
Yao Chang 姚萇
Yin Hao 殷浩
Ying Yang 應瑒, writer (Later Han)
Yu Jin 于禁, general (Cao-Wei)
Yu Liang 庾亮
Yuan Huan 袁渙 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Yue Jin 樂進, general (Cao-Wei)
Yuwen Hu 宇文護
Yuwen Tai 宇文泰

Z[top]
Zang Ba 臧霸, official (Cao-Wei)
Zang Hong 臧洪 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Chang 張昌
Zhang Cheng 張承 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Fan 張範 (official, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Fei 張飛 (general of Shu, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Gui 張軌
Zhang He 張郃, general (Cao-Wei)
Zhang Ji 張既, official (late Eastern Han/Cao-Wei)
Zhang Liao 張遼, general (Cao-Wei)
Zhang Jian 張臶, see Zhang Zun (scholar and hermit, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Lu 張魯 (Daoist leader, Eastern Han)
Zhang Miao 張邈 (philosopher, Western Jin)
Zhang Qi 張緝 (high official of Wei, Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Xiu 張繡 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Yan 張燕 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Yang 張楊 (military commander, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhang Zhan 張湛 (philosopher, Eastern Jin)
Zhang Zhao 張昭
Zhang Zun 張臶 (scholar and hermit, Eastern Han/Three Kingdoms)
Zhao Yan 趙儼, official (Cao-Wei)
Zheng Hun 鄭渾, official of the Cao-Wei
Zhi Yu 摯虞 (writer and politician, Western Jin)
Zhong Hui 鍾會, high official, general (Cao-Wei)
Zhong Yao 鍾繇, high official and calligrapher (Cao-Wei)
Zhou Qi 周玘
Zhou Wudi 周武帝 Yuwen Yong 宇文邕
Zhou Yu 周瑜 (general of Wu, Three Kingdoms)
Zhuge Dan 諸葛誕, high official, general (Cao-Wei)
Zhuge Jin 諸葛瑾 (general of Wu, Three Kingdoms)
Zhuge Liang 諸葛亮
Zu Ti 祖逖
Zu Yue 祖約



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