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Liu Yong (Gongshou); Liu Yung (Kung-shou); 公壽

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Liu Yong (Gongshou) 公壽

Lived: Unlisted

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Served: Shu, Jin

Second son of Liu Bei. Huang Hao’s slander kept him out of office.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Liu Yung (Kung-shou)
Simplified Chinese: 公壽
Pronunciation: (Gong1shou4)
Cantonese (Yale): (Gung-sau)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): (Gung-sau)

Rank and Titles

King of Lu (AD 221); King of Ganling (AD 230/231); Chief Commandant of Chariots, District Marquis (AD 264/265)

Family and Relationships

Liu Bei (Father)

Literary Appearances

Sanguozhi: Shu 34

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May 13, 2014