Emperor Houshao of Han
Emperor Houshao of Han (died 180 BC), personal name Liu Hong, was the fourth emperor of the Han Dynasty in China. He was a son of Emperor Hui, likely by a concubine -- although there is some controve...
Yang Xiu (Han Dynasty)
Yang Xiu (175–219), courtesy name Dezu, was an advisor to the warlord Cao Cao during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history.
Yang Xiu was the son of the esteemed official Yang Biao and the...
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Zhou Bi
Zhou Bi (pinyin: Zhōu Bì; 周毖, or 周珌), was an official of the later Han Dynasty. He was the son of Zhou Shen (周慎).He was mentioned in biographies of Emperor Xian, Dong Zhuo and Yuan Shao of the Book of...
Pang Ji
Pang Ji (died 202), courtesy name Yuantu (元圖), was a minister serving under the warlord Yuan Shao in the late Eastern Han Dynasty.Pang was criticized by Cao Cao's advisor Xun Yu as "brave but heedless...
Han Yin (Han Dynasty)
Han Yin (died 197) was an advisor to the warlord Yuan Shu during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He appeared in both Chen Shou's historical document Records of Three Kingdoms and Luo G...
Zhang Rang
Zhang Rang (pinyin: Zhāng Ràng) (135 - 189) was a eunuch of the late Han Dynasty, who served Emperor Ling of Han; he was also the leader of the Ten regular attendants (Also known as the Ten Eunuchs), ...
Li Su (Han Dynasty)
Li Su (died 192) was a military general serving under the warlord Dong Zhuo during the late Han Dynasty era of Chinese history.Li Su originally served as a Commandant of Cavalry (騎都尉) under Dong Zhuo....
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Chen Gong
Chen Gong (died 198), courtesy name Gongtai, was an advisor to the warlord Lü Bu in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. However, he started his career under Cao Cao before defecting to Lü Bu and was execute...
Qu Yi
Qu Yi was a military general serving under the warlord Yuan Shao during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He Hailed from a prestigious family in Liang province and was very familiar with...
Chunyu Qiong
Chunyu Qiong (died 200), courtesy name Zhongjian, was a military general serving under the warlord Yuan Shao in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. He played a significant part in the Battle of Guandu in 20...
Peng Yue
Peng Yue (died 196 BC), courtesy name Zhong, was a prominent military leader and political figure in the late Qin dynasty and early Western Han dynasty. He was involved in the Chu–Han Contention – a p...
Lü (surname)
Lü ([ly˧˩˧]) is the pinyin (Lǚ with the tone diacritic) and Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese surname written 呂 in traditional character and 吕 in simplified character. It is the 47th most common ...
Ren Shang
Ren Shang (Chinese: 任尚; Wade–Giles: Jen Shang, died 118) was the Protector General of the Western Regions under Eastern Han between 102-106 CE. In February, 91, he and Geng Kui defeated the un...
Zhufu Yan
Zhufu Yan (主父偃, died 126 or 127 BCE) was one of the high-ranking court official and advisor to Emperor Wu of Han. He proposed the Tui'en Ling (推恩令 ‘Order to Expand Favours’), a decree that was meant t...
Pang De
Pang De (died 219), courtesy name Lingming, was a military general who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty. He served various factions throughout his life, including: the Liang Province forces led b...
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Louban
Louban (died 207) was a ruler of the Wuhuan tribe during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. Louban was the son of Qiuliju, a Wuhuan leader. Louban later ended up supporting Tadun. Louban ...
Liu Yan (Bosheng)
Liu Yan (Chinese: 劉縯; pinyin: Líu Yǎn; died 23 AD), courtesy name Bosheng (伯升), was a general of one of the major uprisings against the Xin Dynasty and its emperor, Wang Mang. Although he was...
Luan Da
Luan Da (simplified Chinese: 栾大; traditional Chinese: 欒大; pinyin: Luán Dà; Wade–Giles: Luan Ta, died 112 BC;) was a religious figure during the early Han Dynasty from the state of Yue....
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Hua Tuo
Hua Tuo (c. 140–208), courtesy name Yuanhua, was an ancient Chinese physician who lived in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. The historical texts Records of the Three Kingdoms and Book of the Later Han re...
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Empress He (Han Dynasty)
Empress He (died 189), personal name unknown, formally known as Empress Lingsi (靈思皇后; literally: "the Unattentive and Deep-thinking Empress") was an empress of the Han Dynasty period of Chinese histor...
Hou Lan
Hou Lan (simplified Chinese: 侯览; traditional Chinese: 侯覽, Pinyin Hóu Lǎn) was a eunuch of the late Han Dynasty, who served Emperor Ling of Han. After Emperor Ling died and was succeeded by his...
Gong Wei
Gong Wei (Chinese: 共尉; pinyin: Gòng Wèi; died 202 BC) was a ruler of the Kingdom of Linjiang of the Eighteen Kingdoms during the Chu–Han Contention, an interregnum between the Qin Dynasty and ...
Wei Feng
Wei Feng (died 219), courtesy name Zijing, was a government official who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty.
The Shiyu (世語) claimed that Wei Feng was from Pei commandery (沛郡; around present-day...
Sang Hongyang
Sang Hongyang (Chinese: 桑弘羊; c. 152–80 BC) was a prominent official of the Former Han Dynasty, who served Emperor Wu of Han and his successor Emperor Zhao. He is most famed for his economic poli...
Min Chun
Min Chun (died 191) was an assistant (別駕) to the warlord Han Fu during the late Han Dynasty of China. In Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Min Chun was renamed to Guan Ch...
Mi Heng
Mi Heng (173–198), courtesy name Zhengping, was a scholar who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty. He was a talented scholar but possessed a haughty and unbending demeanour, and was often disrespect...
Xu Gong (Han Dynasty)
Xu Gong (fl. 200 C.E.) was the governor of Wu Commandery (呉郡) during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history.Xu Gong had opposed Sun Ce as an ally of Wang Lang, Yan Baihu, and Liu Yao. He event...
Chen Fan
Chen Fan (died 168), style name Zhongju (仲舉), was an official of the Eastern Han Dynasty. A native of Pingyu, Runan (north of present-day Pingyu County, Henan), Chen served as Grand Commandant (太尉) du...
Ma Xiu
Ma Xiu (died 211) was the son of the warlord Ma Teng during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. When his older brother Ma Chao rebelled against Cao Cao, Ma Xiu and his father were executed...