Lü Dai

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Lü Dai
General of Eastern Wu
Born 161
Died 256 (aged 95)
Names
Traditional Chinese 呂岱
Simplified Chinese 吕岱
Pinyin Lǚ Dài
Wade–Giles Lü Tai
Courtesy name Dinggong (Chinese: 定公; pinyin: Dìnggōng; Wade–Giles: Ting-kung)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is .

Lü Dai (161–256), courtesy name Dinggong, was a military general of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period. Following the death of Sun Quan, Zhuge Ke and Lü Dai were entrusted to govern the state. However, according to history, Lü Dai served during Sun Quan's reign as Senior General-in-Chief (上大將軍). It is said that he remained active even at an old age.

Appointments and titles held[edit]

  • Assistant of Wu (吳丞)
  • Chief of Yuyao (餘姚長)
  • Colonel Who Inspects the Army (督軍校尉)
  • General of the Household of Illustrious Trust (昭信中郎將)
  • Administrator of Luling (廬陵太守)
  • Inspector of Jiao Province (交州刺史)
  • General Who Pacifies the South (安南將軍)
  • Marquis of a Chief District (都鄉侯)
  • Marquis of Panyu (番禺侯)
  • General Who Guards the South (鎮南將軍)
  • Governor of Jiao Province (交州牧)
  • Senior General-in-Chief (上大將軍)
  • Grand Marshal (大司馬)

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