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Sima Jun (Yuanyi); Ssŭma Chün (Yüan-i); 司馬儁 (元異)

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Sima Jun (Yuanyi) 司馬儁 (元異)

Lived: AD ?–115

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Served: Han

Grandfather of Sima Yi. Governor of Yingchuan.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Ssŭma Chün (Yüan-i)
Simplified Chinese: 司马儁 (元异)
Pronunciation: Si1ma3 Jun4 (Yuan2yi4)

Birthplace: Henei

Other Names: Sima Juan

Name Notes: ‘Sima Juan’ in the Moss Roberts translation and online Brewitt-Taylor translations. ‘Sima Jun’ in Rafe de Crespigny’s works.

Rank and Titles

Administrator of Yingchuan

Family and Relationships

Sima Liang (Father); Sima Fang (Son); Sima Yi (Grandson)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 39, 119

Sanguozhi: Wei 15


Historic (Confirmed)

Sima Jun, styled Yuanyi and born in Henei, was the on of Sima Liang. He was a big man, eight feet three inches tall [192 cm] and broad about the waist. A leader among his kinsmen and the young men of the region, he was also a man of considerable learning. He became Administrator of Yingchuan.

Source: de Crespigny, Rafe: A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (23-220 AD)



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May 13, 2014