Lu Kai

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Lu Kai
Official of Eastern Wu
Born 198
Died 269 (aged 71)
Traditional Chinese 陸凱
Simplified Chinese 陆凯
Pinyin Lù Kǎi
Wade–Giles Lu K'ai
Courtesy name Jingfeng (traditional Chinese: 敬風; simplified Chinese: 敬风; pinyin: Jìngfēng; Wade–Giles: Ching-feng)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lu.

Lu Kai (198–269), courtesy name Jingfeng, was an official of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period. He was a distant nephew of Lu Xun, who served as the 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 due to resentment for Lu Kai's honesty.

Appointments and titles held[edit]

  • Chief of Yongxing (永興長)
  • Chief of Zhuji (諸暨長)
  • Commandant Who Establishes Martial Might (建武都尉)
  • Administrator of Dan'er (儋耳太守)
  • Colonel Who Establishes Martial Might (建武校尉)
  • Area Commander of Baqiu (巴丘督)
  • Lieutenant-General (偏將軍)
  • Marquis of a Chief District (都鄉侯)
  • Right Area Commander of Wuchang (武昌右部督)
  • General Who Defeats Wei (蕩魏將軍)
  • General Who Pacifies Distant Lands (綏遠將軍)
  • General Who Attacks the North (征北將軍)
  • Governor of Yu Province (豫州牧)
  • Senior General Who Guards the West (鎮西大將軍)
  • Governor of Jing Province (荊州牧)
  • Marquis of Jiaxing (嘉興侯)
  • Left Chancellor (左丞相)

See also[edit]