Encyclopedia: Zhuge Zhan

Zhuge Zhan (Siyuan); Chuko Chan (Ssŭ-yüan); 諸葛瞻 (思遠)

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Zhuge Zhan (Siyuan) 諸葛瞻 (思遠)

Lived: AD 227–263


Served: Shu

Zhuge Liang’s son. Died along with his son defending Shu from Deng Ai.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chuko Chan (Ssŭ-yüan)
Simplified Chinese: 诸葛瞻 (思远)
Pronunciation: Zhu1ge3 Zhan1 (Si1yuan3)
Min-Nan: Cukat Ciam (Su-wan)

Rank and Titles

Chief Commandant of Cavalry (AD 243); General of the Gentlemen of the Household of Yulin; Colonel of Shesheng, Palace Attendant, Supervisor of the Masters of Writing, Army Advisor General; Protector of the Army, General of the Guards, Referee of the Affairs of the Masters of Writing (AD 265)

Family and Relationships

Zhuge Liang (Father); Huang Yueying (Mother); Zhuge Shang, Zhuge Jing (Sons)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 105, 117, 118



Novel and History

Officers and Kingdoms

Literature and Language


May 13, 2014