By Crespigny, R.R.C. de
This book is the long-awaited supplement to Michael Loewe's acclaimed "Biographical Dictionary of the Qin, Former Han and Xin classes" (2000). With greater than 8,000 entries, dependent upon old documents and surviving inscriptions, the excellent "Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the 3 Kingdoms" (23-220 advert) now presents info on women and men of the chinese language global who lived on the time of Later (or japanese) Han, from Liu Xiu, founding Emperor Guangwu (reg. 24-57), to the distinguished warlord Cao Cao (155-220) on the finish of the dynasty. The entries, together with surnames, own names, types and dates, are followed via maps, genealogical tables and indexes, with lists of books and precise debts of girls. those positive aspects, including the handy surveys of the heritage and the executive constitution of the dynasty, will make Rafe de Crespigny's paintings an vital device for to any extent further severe learn of an important yet relatively overlooked interval of imperial China.
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214); Di. King of the Xingguo Di, in 213 Agui joined his colleague Qianwan to ally with Ma Chao. In the following year, however, Xiahou Yuan destroyed their camp in Wudu, killed Agui, and resettled his people in Youfufeng. -SGZ 30:838. Ai [Aheng] 冿斀㦬, the Lady; Wei. , she was later reunited with her husband and her son. -FSTY 3f:104. Ai [Bojian] 冿Ṱ❆; Runan. A nominee of the Administrator Li Chang about 150, Ai Bojian went with his colleague Zhou Ziju to take appointment at the imperial capital: see sub Li Chang 㚏ὁ and Zhou Cheng ⎩ᶙ.
SGZ 12:383 & 384. Bao Sheng 櫒⊈; Shangdang. Son of Bao Xuan and younger brother of Bao Yong; early in the reign of Wang Mang Bao Sheng was arrested by the Commandant Lu Ping because of the commitment to Han shown by his father and his brother, but he was released soon afterwards by the Administrator Zhao Xing 峚光. In 25, as Bao Yong held out in Taiyuan for the lost cause of the Gengshi regime, Bao Sheng and his 12 Bao Si kinsman by marriage Zhang Shu captured Huangcheng in Shangdang, which had been held by Guangwu's Administrator Tian Yi.
Sub his son Bao Ang]. -HHS 29/19:1022-23, HQ 2:7b. Bao Die 櫒䓋 [Wengong 㓈₭]; Shangdang. A magistrate in Lu in the early 150s, Bao Die joined the Chancellor Yi Ying in a petition asking that an ofﬁcial be appointed to supervise ceremonies at the Temple of Confucius. An edict of 153 gave approval and a commemorative stele was erected. -LS 1:16b. Bao Fu 櫒䣐; Kuaiji. Son of Bao Xian, he maintained his father's tradition of scholarship in the Analects and tutored the young Emperor He in that ﬁeld. -HHS 79/69B:2570.