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Cao Cao and associates

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 97. Chapters: Cao Cao and immediate family, Generals under Cao Cao, Officials under Cao Cao, Guan Yu, H... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 97. Chapters: Cao Cao and immediate family, Generals under Cao Cao, Officials under Cao Cao, Guan Yu, Hua Tuo, Sima Yi, Cheng Yu, Cao Pi, Xiahou Dun, Yue Jin, Xiahou Yuan, Cao Zhi, Zhang Liao, Cao Zhen, Zhang He, Pang De, Xu Huang, Cao Ren, Kong Rong, Xu Chu, Xun Yu, Cao Hong, Dian Wei, Wang Lang, Yang Xiu, Chen Gong, Cao Zhang, Zuo Ci, Wang Ping, Ji Ben, Li Dian, Yu Jin, Cai Wenji, Jia Xu, Gao Lan, Jiang Gan, Cao Xiu, Chen Deng, Wen Ping, Xiahou Mao, Guo Jia, Han Sui, Empress Dowager Bian, Wang Can, Xu Shu, Cao Chong, Cao Chun, Yang Fu, Dong Zhao, Zhang Xiu, Sima Fu, Zhong Yao, Cao Jie, Mi Heng, Liu Ye, Cao Ang, Man Chong, Sima Lang, Xiahou Shang, Wang Ling, Liu Cong, Wen Hui, Bian Xi, Cai Mao, Ying Shao, Chen Lin, Han Fu, Bao Xin, Wang Zhi, Jia Kui, Zhang Hong, Cai Zhong, Niu Jin, Cao Song, Ding Yi, Xu You, Xun You, Zhang Yun, Kong Xiu, Zhu Ling, Han Hao, Cao Xiong, Zhang Miao, Guo Huai, Hua Xin, Yin Li, Huan Jie, Liu Xun, Li Tong, Zhang Ji, Chen Qun, Bao Xun, Cao Anmin, Tian Yu, Yuan Huan, Mao Jie, Cai He, Xiahou En, Qin Qi, Liu Fu, Yan Pu, Yan Xing, Wu Zhi, Xi Zhicai, Cui Yan, Liang Xi, Chen Gui, Yan Rou, Lou Gui, Wang Xiu, Cheng Gongying, Guo Yi, Xin Pi, Xiahou De, Wang Zhong, Gao Rou, Du Xi, Dian Man. Excerpt: Guan Yu (died 220) was a general serving under the warlord Liu Bei during the late Eastern Han Dynasty era of China. He played a significant role in the civil war that led to the collapse of the Han Dynasty and the establishment of Shu Han of the Three Kingdoms, of which Liu Bei was the first emperor. As one of the best known Chinese historical figures throughout East Asia, Guan's true life stories have largely given way to fictionalized ones, mostly found in the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms or passed down the generations, in which his deeds and moral qualities have been lionized. Guan is respected as an epitome of loyalty and righteousness. Guan was deified as early as the Sui Dynasty and is still worshipped by many Chinese people today, especially in southern China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong and their descendants overseas. He is a figure in Chinese folk religion, popular Confucianism, Taoism, and Chinese Buddhism, and small shrines to Guan are almost ubiquitous in traditional Chinese shops and restaurants. Guan is traditionally portrayed as a red-faced warrior with a long lush beard. While his beard was indeed mentioned in the Records of Three Kingdoms, the idea of his red face may have derived from a later description of him in Chapter One of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, where the following passage appears: Alternatively, the idea of his red face could have been borrowed from opera representation, where red faces depict loyalty and righteousness. Supposedly, Guan's weapon was a guan dao named Green Dragon Crescent Blade, which resembled a halberd and was said to weigh 82 catties (about 18.25 kg or 40 lbs). A wooden replica can be found today in the Emperor Guan Temple in Xiezhou County, China. He traditionally dons a green robe over his body armour, as depicted in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Statue of Guan Yu in Zhuge Liang's temple in Chengdu Guan was born in Xie County, Hedong (present day Yuncheng ( ), Shanxi). No details of the time o

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Titel: Cao Cao and associates
Untertitel: Cao Cao and immediate family, Generals under Cao Cao, Officials under Cao Cao, Guan Yu, Hua Tuo, Sima Yi, Cheng Yu, Cao Pi, Xiahou Dun, Yue Jin, Xiahou Yuan, Cao Zhi, Zhang Liao, Cao Zhen, Zhang He, Pang De, Xu Huang, Cao Ren, Kong Rong
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EAN: 9781156065228
ISBN: 1156065224
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 100
Gewicht: 195g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T5mm
Jahr: 2011
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