Lu Kai

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Lu Kai
陸凱
Left Imperial Chancellor (左丞相)
In office
266 (266) – 269 (269)
Monarch Sun Hao
Succeeded by Zhang Ti
Governor of Jing Province (荊州牧)
In office
264 (264) – 266 (266)
Monarch Sun Hao
Senior General Who Guards the West
(鎮西大將軍)
In office
264 (264) – 266 (266)
Monarch Sun Hao
General Who Attacks the North (征北將軍)
In office
258 (258) – 264 (264)
Monarch Sun Xiu
General Who Pacifies Distant Lands
(綏遠將軍)
In office
255 (255) – 258 (258)
Monarch Sun Liang
General Who Defeats Wei (盪魏將軍)
In office
255 (255) – 258 (258)
Monarch Sun Liang
Personal details
Born 198
Suzhou, Jiangsu
Died 269 (aged 71)
Ezhou, Hubei
Relations
Children
  • Lu Yi
  • Lu Yang
Occupation Official, general
Courtesy name Jingfeng (敬風)
Peerage Marquis of Jiaxing
(嘉興侯)

Lu Kai (198–269), courtesy name Jingfeng, was an official and military general of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of China. He was a distant nephew of Lu Xun, who served as the Imperial Chancellor of Wu during the reign of Sun Quan. Lu Kai was one of the few officials daring to speak against the emperor Sun Hao's behaviour, but after his death, Sun Hao exiled his family because he resented Lu Kai's bluntness and honesty.

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