Kuai Yue (Han dynasty)

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Kuai Yue (Han dynasty)
Traditional Chinese 蒯越
Simplified Chinese 蒯越
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Kuai.

Kuai Yue (died 214), courtesy name Yidu (異度), was an advisor to the warlord Liu Biao in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. He was the younger brother of Kuai Liang. When Liu Biao died and Liu Cong succeeded him, Kuai Yue recommended that he surrender to Cao Cao. Cao later praised Kuai, saying, "I would rather obtain Kuai Yue than Jing Province."

Appointments and titles held[edit]

  • East Assistant Officer (東曹掾) to General-in-Chief He Jin
  • Prefect of Ruyang County (汝陽縣令)
  • Administrator of Zhangling (章陵太守)
  • Marquis of Fan (樊亭侯)
  • Minister of the Household (光祿勳)

See also[edit]