Zhang Ji (Derong)

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Zhang Ji
General of Cao Wei
Born Unknown
Died 223[1]
Names
Traditional Chinese 張既
Simplified Chinese 张既
Pinyin Zhāng Jì
Wade–Giles Chang Chi
Courtesy name Derong (Chinese: 德容; pinyin: Déróng; Wade–Giles: Te-jung)
Posthumous name Marquis Su (traditional Chinese: 肅侯; simplified Chinese: 肃侯; pinyin: Sù Hóu; Wade–Giles: Su Hou)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhang.

Zhang Ji (died 223),[1] courtesy name Derong, was a military general of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. During the Battle of Tong Pass, Zhang helped defend Chang'an together with Xiahou Yuan. According to the records of history, Zhang Ji later became the protector of Yong Province and then later Liang Province. Zhang Ji earned quite a bit of merit for his administration. His son, Zhang Ji (張緝), served as a politician in Wei.

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  1. ^ a b Zhang Ji's biography in Records of the Three Kingdoms stated that Zhang died in the 4th year of the Huangchu era (220-226) in Cao Pi's reign. (黃初四年薨。)