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name諸葛亮default
name諸葛孔明
name-style孔明三國志·蜀書五》:諸葛亮字孔明,琅邪陽都人也。
died-date建興十二年八月
234/9/11 - 234/10/10
三國志·蜀書五》:其年八月,亮疾病,卒于軍,時年五十四。
born181
died234
died-age54三國志·蜀書五》:其年八月,亮疾病,卒于軍,時年五十四。
fatherperson:諸葛珪三國志·蜀書五》:父珪,字君貢,漢末為太山郡丞。
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authority-wikidataQ198211
link-wikipedia_zh诸葛亮
link-wikipedia_enZhuge_Liang
Zhuge Liang ( ; 181–234), courtesy name Kongming, was a Chinese statesman and military strategist. He was chancellor and later regent of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. He is recognised as the most accomplished strategist of his era, and has been compared to Sun Tzu, the author of The Art of War. His reputation as an intelligent and learned scholar grew even while he was living in relative seclusion, earning him the nickname "Wolong" or "Fulong", meaning "Crouching Dragon" or "Sleeping Dragon". Zhuge Liang is often depicted wearing a Taoist robe and holding a hand fan made of crane feathers.

Zhuge Liang was a Confucian-oriented "Legalist". He liked to compare himself to the sage minister Guan Zhong, developing Shu's agriculture and industry to become a regional power, and attached great importance to the works of Shen Buhai and Han Fei, refusing to indulge local elites and adopting strict, but fair and clear laws. In remembrance of his governance, local people maintained shrines to him for ages. His name has become synonymous with wisdom and strategy in Chinese culture. Zhuge Liang is depicted in the Wu Shuang Pu (無雙譜, Table of Peerless Heroes) by Jin Guliang.

Read more...: Early life   Service under Liu Bei   As a diplomat   As a logistics officer   Service under Liu Shan   Holding power as a regent   Economic reforms   Legal and moral reforms   Education and talents enrollment policy   Diplomatic missions in Eastern Wu   Southern Campaign   Northern Expeditions and death   Burial   Family and descendants   Legacy   Inventions   Literary works   Notable quotes   In Romance of the Three Kingdoms   Events before Zhuge Liangs death   Worship of Zhuge Liang   In popular culture   Film and television   Video games  

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清史稿12
新唐書5
歷代名畫記2
三國志343
蠻書4
宋史紀事本末7
四庫全書總目提要40
資治通鑑1
河南程氏遺書6
後漢書1
直齋書錄解題1
晉書1
能改齋漫錄2
十六國春秋別傳2
宋史33
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