Chengjiao

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Chengjiao
成蟜
Lord Chang'an[1]
长安君
Full name
Ancestral name: Ying (嬴),
Clan name: Zhao(趙)
Given name: Chengjiao (成蟜)
Father King Zhuangxiang of Qin

Chengjiao, titled Lord of Chang'an,[1] was Qin Shi Huang's legitimate half-brother from a different mother. After Zhao Zheng inherited the title of King of Qin from his father, he rebelled at Tunliu and surrendered to the State of Zhao.[2] King Daoxiang of Zhao granted him the territory of Rao (; modern Raoyang County, Hebei).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 司馬遷 [Sima Qian]. 《史記》 [Records of the Grand Historian], 卷043 [Vol. 43], 趙世家. "(赵悼襄王)六年,封长安君以饶。" (Chinese)
  2. ^ Sima Qian. Records of the Grand Historian, 秦始皇. "八年,王弟长安君成蟜将军击赵,反,死屯留,军吏皆斩死,迁其 民於临洮。将军壁死,卒屯留、蒲鶮反,戮其尸。河鱼大上,轻车重马东就食。" (Chinese)