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Cao Wei politicians

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Chapters: Cao Wei regents, Sima Yi, Cheng Yu, Emperor Wu of Jin, Pei Xiu, Sima Zhao, Zang Ba, Jia C... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Chapters: Cao Wei regents, Sima Yi, Cheng Yu, Emperor Wu of Jin, Pei Xiu, Sima Zhao, Zang Ba, Jia Chong, Ma Jun, Wang Lang, Sima Shi, Cao Shuang, Wang Chang, Wei Guan, Zhang Hua, Yang Fu, Dong Zhao, Sima Fu, Zhong Yao, Liu Ye, Wen Hui, Jia Kui, Xiahou Wei, Sima Wang, Ding Yi, Zhong Hui, Wang Bi, Hua Xin, Liu Shao, Huan Jie, Wang Xiang, Zhang Ji, Chen Qun, Bao Xun, Xiahou Xuan, Chen Tai, Xu Miao, Cao Xi, Wu Zhi, Wang Tao, Liang Xi, Sima Zhou, Cheng Wu, Wang Ye, Guo Yi, Xin Pi, Fu Jia, Huan Fan, Xiahou He, Li Feng, Xiahou Hui, Wang Su, Gao Rou, Yin Shang, Bi Gui. Excerpt: Sima Yi (179 - September 7, 251) was a strategist, general, and politician of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms era of Chinese history. He is perhaps best known for defending Cao Wei from Zhuge Liang's Northern Expeditions. His success and subsequent rise in prominence paved the way for his grandson Sima Yan's founding of the Jin Dynasty, which would eventually bring an end to the Three Kingdoms era. In 265 after the Jin Dynasty was established, Sima Yi was posthumously honored as Emperor Xuan of Jin with the temple name of Gaozu. Sima Yi was one of eight brothers, all of whom were famous due to their lineage. Each of them had a Chinese style name ending with the character Da ( ). Because of this, the brothers were known collectively as the "Eight Da of Sima" ( ). This was a term of respect, as other groups of eight talented administrators in previous eras had been referred to in this way. His family resided in Luoyang when Dong Zhuo occupied the city, destroyed it, and moved the capital to Chang'an. Sima Yi's elder brother, Sima Lang led the family to their ancestral home in the Wen district ( ), and then, correctly predicting that it would become a battlefield, moved them again to Liyang ( ). In 194, as Cao Cao did battle with Lü Bu, Sima Yi accompanied his family back to Wen district. Accounts on how Sima joined the service of Cao differ, but he accepted his first position in Cao's camp at the age of 30. According to the Book of Jin, Sima believed that the Han Dynasty would soon come to an end, and felt no motivation to join Cao, which had already taken control of the Han seat of government. He refused Cao's requests to serve, saying that he was suffering from a disease. Cao did not believe Sima's excuse, and sent agents to check on him at night. Sima, knowing this in advance, stayed in bed all night and did not move. In 208, Cao became Imperial Chancellor and ordered Sima to serve him, saying "If he dallies, arrest him." Afraid of what would be

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Titel: Cao Wei politicians
Untertitel: Cao Wei regents, Sima Yi, Cheng Yu, Emperor Wu of Jin, Pei Xiu, Sima Zhao, Zang Ba, Jia Chong, Ma Jun, Wang Lang, Sima Shi, Cao Shuang, Wang Chang, Wei Guan, Zhang Hua, Yang Fu, Dong Zhao, Sima Fu, Zhong Yao, Liu Ye, Wen Hui, Jia Kui
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EAN: 9781156024713
ISBN: 1156024714
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 36
Gewicht: 59g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011
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