Encyclopedia: Rui Zhi

Rui Zhi (Xuansi); Jui Chih (Hsüan-ssŭ); 芮祉 (宣嗣)

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Rui Zhi (Xuansi) 芮祉 (宣嗣)

Lived: AD ?–c.190

Biographies:
None Available

Served: Wu

An officer of Sun Jian and Sun Ce. A man from Danyang.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Jui Chih (Hsüan-ssŭ)
Simplified Chinese: 芮祉 (宣嗣)
Pronunciation: Rui4 Zhi3 (Xuan1si4)
Cantonese (Yale): Yeui Ji (Syun-ji)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Jeoi Zi (Syun-zi)

Birthplace: Danyang

Rank and Titles

Administrator of Jiujiang; Administrator of Wu

Family and Relationships

Rui Liang, Rui Xuan (Sons)

Literary Appearances

Sanguozhi: Wu 16

Biography

Historic (Confirmed)

Rui Zhi, a follower of Sun Jian, was recommended to the position of Administrator of Jiujiang where he presumably held office under the purview of Yuan Shu. He was later transferred to Wu and was regarded well for his administration of both commanderies. It seems he died in the early 190s. (1)

1) de Crespigny, Rafe; A Bibliographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (AD 23–220)

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May 13, 2014