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Zhu Ji (Gongxu); Chu Chi (Kung-hsü); 朱績 (公绪)

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Zhu Ji (Gongxu) 朱績 (公绪)

Lived: AD ?–270

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Served: Wu

The son of Zhu Ran. He defended Jiangling from the Wei general Wang Chang and was known for his courage and bravery. Sometimes called Shi Ji (施績)

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chu Chi (Kung-hsü)
Simplified Chinese: 朱绩 (公绪)
Pronunciation: Zhu1 Ji1
Min-Nan: Cu Cek

Other Names: Shi Ji (施績)

Rank and Titles

Chief Commandant Who Establishes Devotion, Lieutenant General, General Who Pacifies Wei, General Who Guards the East, General of the Agile Cavalry, Grand General of the First Army, Marshal Protector, Grand Commander of the Left

Family and Relationships

Zhu Ran (Father); Zhu Zhi (Adoptive Grandfather/Granduncle); Zhu Cai (Uncle)

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May 13, 2014