Wang Pu (Later Zhou and Song chancellor)
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Not to be confused with Wang Pu (王朴) (died 959), also an important minister for the Later Zhou.
|1st chancellor of the Song Dynasty|
5 March 960 – 26 February 964
Serving with Fan Zhi and Wei Renpu
|Succeeded by||Zhao Pu|
|chancellor of Later Zhou|
27 July 951 – 3 February 960
|Born||922 or January 912
likely Bingzhou, Jin (in today's Taigu County, Shanxi)
|Died||September or October 982 (aged 59–60)
Kaifeng, Henan, China
|Full name||Surname: Wáng (王)
Given name: Pǔ (溥)
Courtesy name: Qíwù (齊物)
|Father||Wang Zuo (王祚)|
Notes and references
- Dull, Jack L. (1976). "Wang P'u". In Franke, Herbert. Sung Biographies. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag. pp. 1131–1137. ISBN 3-515-02412-3.
- (Chinese) Toqto'a; et al., eds. (1345). Song Shi (宋史) [History of Song].
- (Chinese) Li Tao (1183). Xu Zizhi Tongjian Changbian (續資治通鑑長編) [Extended Continuation to Zizhi Tongjian].
- (Chinese) Sima Guang (1086). Zizhi Tongjian (資治通鑑) [Comprehensive Mirror for Aid in Government].