ARISTOCRATS OF JIN  晉貴族

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ARISTOCRATS

Attributions by syntactic funtion

  • NPpr : 6

Attributions by text

  • 韓非子 : 4
  • 呂氏春秋 : 1
  • 說苑 : 1

Words

荀息   xún xī OC: sqʷlin sqlɯɡ MC: sʷin sɨk 2 Attributions
  • NPpra dignitary from Jìn, contemporary of Duke Xiàn of Jīn 晉獻公 (reigned 676 - 651)
宮之   gōng zhī OC: kuŋ kljɯ MC: kuŋ tɕɨ 1 Attribution
  • NPprStandard Name: Gōng Zhī Qí 宮之奇 Unger no. 373; a dignitary from Jìn, contemporary with Duke Xiàn of Jìn 晉獻公 (reigned 676 - 651)
智伯瑤   zhì bó yáo OC: tes praaɡ k-lew MC: ʈiɛ pɣɛk jiɛu 1 Attribution

Zhì Bó 智伯 (知伯), Earl of Zhì (died 453), notoriously ambitious and all-powerful Prime Minister Jìn 晉 under Jìn Āi gōng 晉哀公 Duke Āi of Jìn (reigned 456-438). The Earl was ruined in the end by his very ambitions. In 453 he was attacked and killed by a large alliance of forces consisting of his own allies, as he was attacking Xiāngzǐ 襄子 of Zhào 趙 at Jìnyáng 晉陽.

  • NPprZhì Bó 智伯 (知伯), Earl of Zhì (died 453), notoriously ambitious and all-powerful Prime Minister Jìn 晉 under Jìn A!i gōng 晉哀公 Duke A!i of Jìn (reigned 456-438). The Earl was ruined in the end by his very ambitions. In 453 he was attacked and killed by a large alliance of forces consisting of his own allies, as he was attacking Xiāngzǐ 襄子 of Zhào 趙 at Jìnyáng 晉陽.
趙簡子   zhào jiǎn zǐ OC: rlewʔ kreenʔ sklɯʔ MC: ɖiɛu kɣɛn tsɨ 1 Attribution
  • NPprUnger no. 63; See 趙鞅
長魚矯   cháng yú jiǎo MC: drjang ngjo kjewX OC: ɡrlaŋ ŋɡla krewʔ 1 Attribution
  • NPprCháng Yújiăo 長魚矯 (died 573) was a sycophantic confidant of >Duke Li of Jin 晉厲公 (r. 580 – 573). According to LSCQ 20.7 Duke Li ordered him to kill a number of political enemies and to expose their bodies to public view in the court. [GY Jin 6; GY Chu 2.18] Chang Yujiao was himself murdered along with his master in 573. [ZUO Cheng 17, SHANGBO 姑成家父]
知罃 / 荀罃 / 子羽   zhī yīng OC: te qreeŋ MC: ʈiɛ ʔɣɛŋ xún yīng OC: sqʷlin qreeŋ MC: sʷin ʔɣɛŋ zǐ yǔ OC: sklɯʔ ɢʷaʔ MC: tsɨ ɦi̯o 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhī Yīng 知罃. Unger no. 88. (Floruit 580-573)Also known as: Xún Yīng 荀罃 Personal Name: Zǐ Yǔ 子羽
趙衰 / 子餘 / 孟子餘 / 成子 / 成季   zhào cuī OC: rlewʔ tshrol MC: ɖiɛu ʈʂhiɛ zǐ yú OC: sklɯʔ la MC: tsɨ ji̯ɤ mèng zǐ yú OC: mraaŋs sklɯʔ la MC: mɣaŋ tsɨ ji̯ɤ chéng zǐ OC: djeŋ sklɯʔ MC: dʑiɛŋ tsɨ chéng jì OC: djeŋ kʷids MC: dʑiɛŋ ki 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhào Cuī 趙衰. Unger no. 55 (died 622 BC)Personal Name: Zǐ Yú 子餘 or Mèng ZǐYú 孟子餘 Canonical Name: Chéng Zǐ 成子 or Chéng Jì 成季
趙盾 / 宣子   zhào dùn OC: rlewʔ ɡ-luunʔ MC: ɖiɛu duo̝n xuān zǐ OC: sqon sklɯʔ MC: siɛn tsɨ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhào Dùn. Unger no. 54 (Floruit 621-603)Canonical Name: Xuān Zǐ 宣子
張老   zhāng lǎo OC: krlaŋ ɡ-ruuʔ MC: ʈi̯ɐŋ lɑu 0 Attributions
  • NPprFloruit 573. Unger no. 32
張趯   zhāng tì OC: krlaŋ lʰeewɡ MC: ʈi̯ɐŋ thek 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhāng Tì. Unger no. 35 (Floruit 557)
張骼   zhāng gé OC: krlaŋ kraaɡ MC: ʈi̯ɐŋ kɣɛk 0 Attributions
  • NPprUnger no. 31
曲沃桓叔 / 成師   qū wò huán shū OC: khoɡ qowɡ ɢoon qhljɯwɡ MC: khi̯ok ʔuok ɦʷɑn ɕuk chéng shī OC: djeŋ sril MC: dʑiɛŋ ʂi 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Qū Wò Huán Shū (Died 731)Personal Name: Chéng Shī 成師 Unger no. 229
趙武 / 文子   zhào wǔ OC: rlewʔ mbaʔ MC: ɖiɛu mi̯o wén zǐ OC: mɯn sklɯʔ MC: mi̯un tsɨ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhào Wǔ. Unger no. 61 (Floruit 573-541)Canonical Name: Wén Zǐ 文子
智伯   zhì bó OC: tes praaɡ MC: ʈiɛ pɣɛk 0 Attributions

Zhì Bó 智伯 (知伯), Earl of Zhì (died 453), notoriously ambitious and all-powerful Prime Minister Jìn 晉 under Jìn Āi gōng 晉哀公 Duke Āi of Jìn (reigned 456-438). The Earl was ruined in the end by his very ambitions. In 453 he was attacked and killed by a large alliance of forces consisting of his own allies, as he was attacking Xiāngzǐ 襄子 of Zhào 趙 at Jìnyáng 晉陽.

  • NPprSee 智伯瑤. Zhì Bó 智伯 ( 知伯 ), Earl of Zhì (died 453), notoriously ambitious and all-powerful Prime Minister Jìn 晉 under Jìn A!i gōng 晉哀公 Duke A!i of Jìn (reigned 456-438). The Earl was ruined in the end by his very ambitions. In 453 he was attacked and killed by a large alliance of forces consisting of his own allies, as he was attacking Xiāngzǐ 襄子 of Zhào 趙 at Jìnyáng 晉陽. See Unger no. HF: Zhì Bó 智伯 ( 知伯 ), Earl of Zhì (died 453), notoriously ambitious and all-powerful Prime Minister Jìn 晉 during the early reign of Jìn Āi gōng 晉哀公 Duke Āi of Jìn (reigned 456-438). The Earl was ruined in the end by his very ambitions. In 453 he was attacked and killed by a large alliance of forces consisting of his own allies, as he was attacking Xiāngzǐ 襄子 at Jìnyáng 晉陽. One of his loyal servants was Yù Ràng 豫讓, immortalised by his extraordinary revenge for his master's assasination. (SJCD 280)
樓季   lóu jì OC: ɡ-roo kʷids MC: lu ki 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Lóu Jì 樓季 Unger no. 474
晉太子申生 / 申生   jìn tài zǐ shēn shēng shēng OC: tsins thaads sklɯʔ lʰin sraaŋ MC: tsin thɑi tsɨ ɕin ʂɣaŋ shēn shēng OC: lʰin sraaŋ MC: ɕin ʂɣaŋ 0 Attributions
  • NPprUnger no. 727
知瑤 / 荀瑤   zhī yáo OC: te k-lew MC: ʈiɛ jiɛu xún yáo OC: sqʷlin k-lew MC: sʷin jiɛu 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: 知瑤 Zhī Yáo. Unger no. 87, read Zhì BóAlso known as: Xún Yáo 荀瑤
趙鞅 / 簡子   zhào yāng OC: rlewʔ qaŋʔ MC: ɖiɛu ʔi̯ɐŋ jiǎn zǐ OC: kreenʔ sklɯʔ MC: kɣɛn tsɨ 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhào Yǎng Unger no. 63; (Floruit 517ff BC)Canonical Name: Jiǎn Zǐ 簡子
趙穿   zhào chuān OC: rlewʔ khjon MC: ɖiɛu tɕhiɛn 0 Attributions
  • NPprStandard Name: Zhào Chuān. Unger no. 40 (Floruit 620-600)
陽叔   yáng shū OC: k-laŋ qhljɯwɡ MC: ji̯ɐŋ ɕuk 0 Attributions
  • NPprUnger no. 916

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