Encyclopedia: Jia Chong

Jia Chong (Gonglü); Chia Ch‘ung (Kung-lü); 賈充 (公閭)

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Jia Chong (Gonglü) 賈充 (公閭)

Lived: AD 217–282

Biographies:
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Served: Wei, Jin

Suggested usurpation of the throne to Sima Yan and opposed invasion of Wu.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chia Ch‘ung (Kung-lü)
Simplified Chinese: 贾充 (公闾)
Pronunciation: Jia3 Chong1 (Gong12)
Min-Nan: Kee Tong (Kong-lu)

Family and Relationships

Jia Kui (Father); Lady Liu (Mother); Li Wan, Guo Huai (Wives); Jia Limin (Son); Jia Bao, Jia Yu, Jia Nanfeng, Jia Wu (Daughters); Sima You, Sima Zhong, Han Shou (Son-in-laws); Han Mi (Grandson)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 111, 114, 115, 118120

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May 13, 2014