Wang Ji (Three Kingdoms)

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Wang Ji
General of Cao Wei
Born (Unknown)
Died 261[1]
Names
Simplified Chinese 王基
Traditional Chinese 王基
Pinyin Wáng Jī
Wade–Giles Wang Chi
Courtesy name Boyu (traditional Chinese: 伯輿; simplified Chinese: 伯舆; pinyin: Bóyú; Wade–Giles: Po-yü)
Posthumous name Marquis Jing (Chinese: 景侯; pinyin: Jǐng Hóu; Wade–Giles: Ching Hou)

Wang Ji (died 261),[1] courtesy name Boyu, was a military general of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. Wang Ji became famous in Wei for suppressing Guanqiu Jian's revolt. During Zhuge Dan's rebellion, Wang Ji led the vanguard, defeating both Zhu Yi and Tang Zi and killing Yu Quan.

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  1. ^ a b Wang Ji's biography in Records of the Three Kingdoms stated that he died in the 2nd year of the Jingyuan era (260-264) in Cao Huan's reign. ([景元二年] ... 是歲基薨,追贈司空,謚曰景侯。)