Zhang Ji (Derong)

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Zhang Ji
張既
Inspector of Liang Province (涼州刺史)
In office
? (?) – 223 (223)
Monarch Cao Pi
Inspector of Yong Province (雍州刺史)
In office
213 (213) – 220 (220)
Monarch Emperor Xian of Han
Chancellor Cao Cao
Intendant of the Capital (京兆尹)
In office
211 (211) – 213 (213)
Monarch Emperor Xian of Han
Chancellor Cao Cao
Personal details
Born Unknown
Gaoling District, Xi'an, Shaanxi
Died 223[1]
Children
Occupation Official
Courtesy name Derong (德容)
Posthumous name Marquis Su (肅侯)
Peerage Marquis of Xi District
(西鄉侯)

Zhang Ji (died 223),[1] courtesy name Derong, was an official who lived in the late Eastern Han dynasty and early Three Kingdoms period of China. During the Battle of Tong Pass, Zhang Ji, Xiahou Yuan and others defended the city of Chang'an from attacks by the warlord Ma Chao and his allies. From 213 to 220, Zhang Ji served as the Inspector of Yong Province. In 220, after the Han dynasty ended and the Three Kingdoms period started, Zhang Ji served under the state of Cao Wei as the Inspector of Liang Province. He earned some merit for his administration during this time. His son, Zhang Ji (張緝), also served as an official in the Cao Wei state.

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  1. ^ a b Zhang Ji's biography in the Sanguozhi stated that he died in the 4th year of the Huangchu era (220-226) in Cao Pi's reign. (黃初四年薨。)