Yu Quan (general)

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Yu Quan
Traditional Chinese 于詮
Simplified Chinese 于诠
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Yu.

Yu Quan (died 258) was a military general of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history.

Biography[edit]

When the Cao Wei general Zhuge Dan rebelled against the regent Sima Zhao, Yu was appointed to lead an army to Shouchun to support Zhuge. Wang Ji, a general under Sima, asked Yu if he wished to surrender to Cao Wei. Yu refused and was eventually killed in action when Zhuge's revolt was suppressed by Sima's forces.

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