Encyclopedia: Li Mi

Li Mi (Lingbo); Li Mi (Ling-po); 李密 (令伯)

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Li Mi (Lingbo) 李密 (令伯)

Lived: AD 224–287

Biographies:
None Available

Served: Shu, Jin

Student of Qiao Zhou, evaluated the abilities of Liu Shan and his works were highly valued.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Li Mi (Ling-po)
Simplified Chinese: 李密 (令伯)
Pronunciation: Li3 Mi4 (Ling4bo2)

Birthplace: Wuyang in Qianwei

Other Names: Also called Li Qian.

Biography

Collaborative Works

A Jin official who authored “Chenqing biao,” a memorial in which he turned down an official appointment out of concern for his mother, which was considered to be an act of filial piety. (Xiong 300)

Source(s):

Xiong, Victor. The A to Z of Medieval China. Plymouth: Scarecrow Press Inc., 2009. Print.

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May 13, 2014