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name羊祜
name-style叔子晉書·列傳第四 羊祜 杜預{{杜錫}}》:羊祜,字叔子,泰山南城人也。
born221
died278
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link-wikipedia_zh羊祜
link-wikipedia_enYang_Hu
Yang Hu (221 – 27 December 278), courtesy name Shuzi, was a military general, government official, and scholar who lived during the Jin dynasty of China. His advocacy for plans to conquer the rival state of Eastern Wu finally persuaded Emperor Wu to carry them out, but he did not live to see the plans implemented. He was known for his humility and foresight. Chen Shou, who wrote the Records of the Three Kingdoms, described him as a man of medium height with fine eyebrows and a beautiful beard. Yang Hu is depicted in the Wu Shuang Pu (無雙譜, Table of Peerless Heroes) by Jin Guliang.

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