Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Sat Mar 15, 2014 5:07 am

Qubei: Qubi in Rafe's dictionary, not adding.

Liu Qin: No info

Li Ke: Nothing more than he killed Liu Meng.

Liu Fulun: Nothing major about him being in charge.

Gao Shengyuan: Nothing more other than he died in 307.

He Zhen: Brief stuff, I'll see what I can piece together from the old bios. http://baike.baidu.com/subview/1295358/7495727.htm

He Zhen, zi Yuangan, a Wei and Jin minister, a Jin Shangshu and Grand Glorious Master. He had talent with litterature, and was a large man. In the Taihe years of Wei he was named Yangzhou Biejia, and in the Zhengshi years he was named Hongnong Taifu, as well as Provisional Governor of Youzhou, Tingwei, and in Jin he'd be named Shangshu and Grand Glorious Master, and become good friends with Yang Hu. His work would be collected into 5 juan, called the "Xudufu" (poetic essays on Xu).

Rest I can't translate proper.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Sat Mar 15, 2014 7:48 pm

Zhang Hong: Nothing

Li Zhao: Nothing

Dong Meng: Bio which adds nothing.

Li Wan: Barely anything new but it has her style name plus a reference to her being a poet, so doing this. http://www.baike.com/wiki/%E6%9D%8E%E5%A9%89

Li Wan, zi Shuwen, brithdate unknown, but was alive during the Jingjuan period. Virtuous and beautiful and talented, she was married to Jia Chong, but her father Li Feng was guilty of a crime and exiled, so Li Wan changed her residence to Yuelang. Jia Chong would remarry Guo Huai, and birth a daughter, Jia Nanfeng. Li Wan would be pardoned and return, and while Chinese law would state a man could not be married to multiple people, Sima Yan handed down a decree that Jia Chong could have a second wife. Jia Chong's mother Liu (not sure of the Liu clan or Jia Liu) put value in righteousness, and wanted Jia Chong to welcome her. Jia Chong however because of his fear of Guo Huai wouldn't dare, and instead constructed another room in his residence. Guo Huai would go to the residence herself to inspect it, and after she entered, fell onto her knees in order to kowtow. After this, everytime Jia Chong would leave, Guo Huai was scared Li Wan would try to find him, and Jia Chong would end up in her residence. Li Wan's daughter would be named Princess of Qi.

While Li Wan was in Yuelang, she'd write two female "Dianshi" of 8 pian, the "Shishou Zhu" would contain the "Furen Zhi" as well as her more famous "Nuxun." She'd also have worked collected in 1 juan in the "Suishu Jingji Zhi Zhu."

*Note: The Baidu page has something which I think his her Nuxun, either translated to modern Chinese or something, not translating this.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:06 pm

Jia Quan: Wiki gives me her name as Jia Bao, nothing on her.

Zhao Jun: Nothing

Han Hong: Nothing

Meng Guan: Nothing

Xian Yusi: Nothing

Yan Xun: Yay, found someone, although very short. http://baike.baidu.com/client/view/1076 ... statwiki=1

Yan Xun, a Jin General, he'd be named Anbei Jiangjun, Sili Xiaowei, and provision governor of Yongzhou. In 272, Bai Lu would start an uprising in Fufeng, and the Sili Xiaowei Yan Xun would campaign against him, capture him, and present him to Sima Yan.

In 282, the Xianbei's Shegui of the Murong branch would start an uprising, so Sima Yan would grant Yan Xun a Chijie, and name him Dudu of Youzhou in charge of all military affairs. When Zhang Hua took office, he'd immediately dispatch Yan Xun to take care of Shegui, and he'd suffer a massive defeat at Changli, killing tens of thousands of men, and as a result, "He'd comfort the governor to accept the new and old, the weapons in summer would blossom, the easter barbarians horses of the Han, the whole country would completely rely on this from the hills to the ocean, they'd go over 4000 li to the Zhou, and in history the state could never add over 20 states, and would dispatch an envoy to the court. As a result the eastern barbarians visitor would wear his mourning clothes, the whole state would be unconcerned, and in later years the state would frequently have abundant harvests, and the ministers and horses would be rich and powerful.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby capnnerefir » Wed Mar 26, 2014 2:15 am

I just realized that we don't seem to have a biography of Fu Xuan anywhere. We have one for his son, Fu Xian, but Fu Xuan's doesn't seem to be translated anywhere.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Wed Mar 26, 2014 5:58 am

Sorry, net was down the last few days and I spent my time yesterday playing Diablo 3.

Fu Xuan has an English wiki bio, so I'm not sure if I'd want to do a full bio on him unless there's like nothing known, but I can do it.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Fri Mar 28, 2014 6:41 pm

Ok, finally have the internet and I'm past my D3 all in phase, starting again. Long Bio, Shi Jian. http://baike.baidu.com/subview/534604/5665633.htm

Shi Jian (214 - 294), zi Linbo, from Yanci in Leling (modern-day Yangxin in Shandong), he was a politician in Wei and Jin. Shi Jian would be born of humble origins, but his aspirations would be elegant and he would be just and bright, and in Wei he'd be named Provisional Governor of Bingzhou, given a Jiajie, as well as Hu Xiongnu Zhongshi Jiang. When Sima Yan ascended, he was named Tangyangzi. He'd later be named Sili Xiaowei, Xiangshu Dudu of Langyou military affairs, as well as Zhennan Jiangjun, but twice while he was in office he would misreport about his battle merits, and would be dismissed from office. A long time later he'd be named Supervisor of Attendants, and Sili Xiaowei, and not that long after would be given a special position, named Glorious Grand Master, Kaifu, and Ling Situ. He'd later be named Changan County Marquis, and named Sikong, as well as Ling Taizi Taifu. Later he'd be named TaiWei, and at this time, Shi Jian was 80 years old, but still had a healthy body, and his ideas and vigor had not decreased with age. He would die in 294, given the posthumous name of Yuan.

Misreporting and being dismissded from office.

At the time the provisional governor of Qin and Liang would suffere a defeat from the Qiang, so the court would name Shi Jian as the Dadudu of all of Longyou military affairs, but because he would misreport his evaluations he'd be dismissed.

Later he'd be named Zhennan Jiangjun, provisional governor of Yuzhou, and because he'd misreport that during combat with Wu he beheaded an enemy combatant, Sima Yan would hand down an edict saying "Because at the time when you were in Wei you proclaimed that you'd beheaded an enemy combatant and lied about this, the Wuya Jiangjun Tian Xun because you had killed prisoners of war and people who'd committed suicide and swindgled the court, you decieved other men and broke military law; In ancient and modern times this is a abhorable action. Shi Jian is an important minister, who had my utmost trust. In the years you were in Liangzhou, you decieved the court, reporting a defeat as a victory, without actually examining what happened. Not long after you were dismissed from office, you again were promoted, with the hope you'd make amends, but again with your subordinates you'd swindle the court. For such an important minister, how can this be justice? Regarding the memorial presented it was correct, in that it was unbearable. Today I've dispatched Gui Tian in there, for the rest of your life you will not be hired, and can't reduce his nobility.

A High ranking minister

A long time later he'd be named Supervisor of Attendants, and Sili Xiaowei, and not that long after would be given a special position, named Glorious Grand Master, Kaifu, and Ling Situ. Previously when he had paid respects to the excellecnies, they gave him a small chance, and this was due to the Zaifu system. From the end of Wei, they had already discarded what was of no use. When Shi Jian was named Situ, an edict was handed down reinstating the sytem, so it was common. In the Taikang era, he was named Sikong, Ling Taizi Taifu.

Recieving a title at Changan

In 290, Sima Yan would die, and Shi Jian along with the Zhong Hujun Zhang Shao would establish the tomb for Sima Yan. At tha time the Da Sima, the King of Runan Sima Liang and the Taifu Yang Jun would hate each other, and wouldn't dare to make funeral arrangements, and would station their troops outside the city. At that time Sima Liang wanted to supress Yang Jun, and Yang Jun was frightened, and told Empress Yang to have Sima Zhong hand down an edict, telling Shi Jian and Zhang Shao to take their soldiers setting up the tomb to put down Sima Liang. Zhang Zhao was Yang Jun's nephew, so he would lead his troops and urge Shi Jian to quickly hurry, but Shi Jian would disapprove, and said that he shouldn't act without thinking, and would send a person to secretly examine Sima Liang's behavior, and found out that he'd returned to Xuchang, and as a result Yang Jun would halt this, and in discussions people would praise Shi Jian's behavior. After they were done fixing the EMperor's tomb, Shi Jian would be named Changan County Marquis.

Dieing at old age

In the Yuankang years, Shi Jian was named Taifu. Although Si Jian was over 80, he was still healthy, full of vigor and spirit, and he hadn't declined in age, so people would admire him. In 294 he would die, and get the posthumous name of Yuan.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Mon Mar 31, 2014 7:49 pm

Very short, Zhang Zheng. http://baike.baidu.com/subview/69468/8356153.htm

Zhang Zheng, a Wu general at the end of its era, he'd replace Lu Kang as Xidu. After he was beat by Du Yu, he'd suffer a disgrace by being beat by Du Yu in a surprise attack, and as such wouldn't inform Sun Hao, so Du Yu would sieze the opportunity to drive a wedge between the Wu's army, and would return prisoners of war to Sun Hao, causing Sun Hao to revoke his Xiling Du position.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Wed Apr 02, 2014 6:25 pm

Liu Xian, Fan Xian, Yin Lin, Deng Gui, Zhou Qi, Fan Tong, Ying Chao, Chen Dai, Zhu Ming: Nothing

Zhang Qiao: Yay, something. Pretty much exactly what happened earlier over the fall of Wu bios, but something. http://baike.baidu.com/subview/61048/7032981.htm

Zhang Qiao

A Jin general, he'd be named Yang Xiaowei. In Jin's attack on Wu, Wang Hun would lead forces to the Huangjiang, and dispatch him to join Chen Shen, and the Duwei Zhang Qiao would attack the Xunyang river countryside, and attack the Wu Yamen General Kong Zhong (add), and defeat him. Wu's Chengxiang Junshi Zhang Ti, Hujun Sun Zhen, the Danyang Governor Shen Ying would lead 30,000 men to cross the Changjiang, and surround Zhang QIao at Yanghe bridge, and with 7,000 men, he'd close the bridge and defend himself, and surrender himself. The Wu Fujunshi Zhuge Jing wanted them killed, but Ti wouldn't, and take them in and advance. After Shen Ying was defeated, Xue (I think Jin general, not sure which) would be successful, and Jiang Ban (add?) would take advantage of the chaos and the Wu army would collapse, which the commander in chief could not stop, and Zhang Qiao and his other men would lead an assault at Banqiao, capturing Zhang Ti, Sun Zhen, and Shen Ying.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:44 pm

Nothing on Sun Hong but something on Zhou Jun. http://baike.baidu.com/view/1033390.htm?fr=wordsearch

Zhou Jun

From Ancheng in Runan, Yangzhou, modern day in the southeast of Ruyang in Henan, he'd be an official, and would be named Andong Jiangjun, Shizhong, Shaofu, and Jiangzhou Dajiang. He'd live from 220-289, and was talented and well-known. In Wei he'd be a Shangshu Lang, Yushi Zhongcheng, Shechong Jiangjun, and Yangzhou Provisional Governor, as well as Sheyang Marquis. He'd earn merit against Wu, and be named Chengwu Marquis. In Jin he'd be named Shizhong, Shaofu in command of the Jiangzuo Dajiang, and Dudu of all Yangzhou military affairs, and named Andong Jiangjun.

Experiences:

Zhou Jun, zi Kailin, (above), a descendant of Zhou Pingwang. Jun was innately talented, would inherit his family's education, and would improve his knowledge greatly, and would become very well known. Initially, the Zhou jun would draft him as a Shujun, but he wouldn't reply. Later he'd be named (above). In the campaign against Wu he'd be udner the command of Wang Hun, would make a breakthrough at Jiangxi, would engage in a major battle against Sun Hao's army, and would defeat the Wu Chengxiang Zhang Ti and his thousands of men, capture over 10,000, and would advance acos the Jiang. He would work to pacify the people who had just submitted to Jin. The court because of Zhou Ping's efforts to pacify the people, would name him Chengwu Marquis, with tribute of 6,000 households and granted him 6,000 pi of silk. In the 3rd year of Taikang, he'd be ordered to guard Moling. After Wu was conqured, the people's hearts had not returned, so there would be frequent rebellions, and he'd repeatedly lead troops to pacify them. He venerated the old and had sympathy for the poor, and would recruit righteous people as scholars, and was able to obtain the admiration of people in Wu. He would be named Shizhong, Dudu of all Yangzhou military affairs, and named Andong Jiangjun. In the 9th year of Taikang he'd subcumb to illness and die at 69.

*Note: Zhou Jun's father, Zhou Pei, was a Shaofu as well, Minister of the Treasurer in Wei.
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Re: Chinese Wiki Translations of People of Jin

Unread postby Tarrot » Sat Apr 05, 2014 7:21 pm

Tang Xuan, Yang Zong, Lu Bo, Jiao Fang, Hu Guang: Nothing

Luo Shang: Something http://baike.baidu.com/view/1650488.htm?fr=wordsearch

Luo Shang, zi Jingzhi, from Xiangyang, the nephew of the Shu Badong Jiangjun Luo Xian. His (grand?)father Luo Meng was an Administrator of Guanghan in Shu. In his youth he was alone and had to depend on his uncle Xian. The Jingzhou Provisional Governor Wang Rong would enlist him as a Canjun, and he'd be a Shangshu Lang and Wuling and Runan administrator. In the later years of Taikang he was the provisional governor of Liangzhou. In the beginning of Yongning he'd be named Pingxi Jiangjun, given a Jiachiling and named Huqiang Xiaowei and Yizhou provisional governor. Later he'd try to pacify Li Te's rebellion but would be unsuccesful and flee back to Yizhou. Li Te as a result was able to set up the Chenghan regime.

In the final years of Sima Zhong's Yuankang, Tianshui, Lueyang, Fufeng, Shiping, Yinping, and Chengdu there would be tens of thousands of refugees lead by the Badi chief Li Te, Li Xiang, Li Liu, and they would lead them into Shu. The Yizhou provisional governor Zhao Xin would kill Li Xiang and sons totalling 10 people, and at that time Te and Liu would breakthrough at Chengdu, and kill Zhao Xin. Jin would have Luo Shang lead over 10,000 troops to take over Shu, to order the refugees to return home, and they would combine to surpress the forces, and Li Te would be forced to return to Jin. The Jinshu 120th Juan on Li Te says "Luo Shang's greed would cause the commoners to worry, and an agreement would be made with the people. The people would say "Li Te Shang can, Luo Shang kill us!" Li Te for a time would enter a small town in Chengdu, but because of a lack of food supplies would be scattered, and in his pride would underestimate the enemy, and Li Te would be killed. His brother Li Liu, and son Li Xiong would continue to resist, and at Mt. Qingcheng the Taoist priest Fan Changsheng would offer support and they'd develop rapidly. In 304, Li Te's son Li Xiong would attack Chengdu, with Liu having already died of illness, defeat Luo Shang, and in 306 establish the dynasty, calling it Cheng, and Fan Changshen was named Chengxiang. Later Li Shou would change the reign title to Han, an the histories would call it Chenghan.
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