Encyclopedia: Guan Tong

Guan Tong; Kuan T‘ung; 關統

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Guan Tong 關統

Lived: Unknown

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Served: Shu

Son of Guan Xing. Succeeded his father’s position as Marquis of Hanshou.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Kuan T‘ung
Simplified Chinese: 关统
Pronunciation: Guan1 Tong3
Cantonese (Yale): Gwaan Tung
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Gwaan Tung
Min-Nan: Kwan Thong

Family and Relationships

Guan Yu (Grandfather); Guan Xing (Father); Guan Ping (Uncle); Guan Yi (Half-Brother)

Biography

Historic (Confirmed)

Guan Tong was son of Guan Xing, who died at a young age, and grandson of Guan Yu. He attained the rank of 虎賁中郎將 (Hu Ben/Bi Zhong Lang Jiang) before he passed away. His son (with a concubine), Guan Yi, inherited his rank, but also died before his time when Pang Hui executed the Guan household in revenge for Pang De’s death at Guan Yu’s hands.

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May 13, 2014