Zhao Qi (Han dynasty)

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Zhao Qi
趙岐
Minister of Ceremonies (太常)
In office
? (?) – 201 (201)
MonarchEmperor Xian of Han
Minister Coachman (太僕)
In office
192 (192) – ? (?)
MonarchEmperor Xian of Han
Consultant (議郎)
In office
191 (191) – 192 (192)
MonarchEmperor Xian of Han
ChancellorDong Zhuo
Personal details
BornUnknown
Xi'an, Shaanxi
Died201 (aged 90+)[1]
Spouse(s)Ma Rong's niece
Relations
  • Zhao Pan (brother)
  • Zhao Wuji (brother)
  • Zhao Xi (cousin)
OccupationOfficial, scholar
Courtesy nameBinqing (邠卿)
Taiqing (臺卿) (original)
Original nameZhao Jia (趙嘉)

Zhao Qi (died 201),[1] courtesy name Binqing, was an official and scholar who lived during the Eastern Han dynasty of China. He wrote the Commentaries on Mencius (孟子章句), one of the few major commentaries on Mencius from that period still in existence.

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  1. ^ a b (年九十餘,建安六年卒。) Houhanshu vol. 64.
  • Chen, Shou (3rd century). Records of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguozhi).
  • Fan, Ye (5th century). Book of the Later Han (Houhanshu).
  • "Mencius: annotated notes by Zhao Qi and others". books.com.tw (in Chinese). Retrieved 2009-06-06.
  • Pei, Songzhi (5th century). Annotations to Records of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguozhi zhu).