Ehe and Shaoge

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Ehe and Shaoge
Traditional Chinese 俄何焼戈
Simplified Chinese 俄何烧戈

Ehe (餓何)[1] and Shaoge (焼戈) (both died 247) were two Qiang generals serving under King Midang during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. They were sent to attack Nan'an, but were captured and executed by the Cao Wei general Guo Huai.

In fiction[edit]

In Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, the two generals were combined as the general Ehe Shaoge (俄何焼戈). He committed suicide after his defeat.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ 俄何 as appears in the novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a mistranscription.
  2. ^ Luo Guanzhong, Three Kingdoms: A Historical Novel: Volume IV, translated by Moss Roberts. page 1981. Foreign Languages Press. Tenth Printing 2007. First Edition 1995. Beijing, China 1995. ISBN 978-7-119-00590-4