Zhang Hao (張顥) (died June 18, 908) was a guard commander for late Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty warlord Yang Xingmi the Prince of Wu, who was the military governor (Jiedushi) of Huainan Circuit (淮南, headquartered in modern Yangzhou, Jiangsu), and Yang Xingmi's son Yang Wo (Prince Wei of Hongnong) early in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. Along with fellow guard commander Xu Wen, he took over reins of the Hongnong state (which, in later times, would be known as Wu) by effectively putting Yang Wo under physical control. In 908, fearing that Yang Wo was about to seize power back and kill them, they assassinated him first. However, they then turned on each other, and Zhang was killed by Xu, who then took sole rein of Hongnong.

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  • 张颢(9世纪-908年6月18日),唐朝末年军阀淮南节度使吴王杨行密及五代十国初期其子弘农威王杨渥麾下指挥使。他和同僚徐温通过实际人身控制杨渥夺取了弘农(后为吴)的统治权。天祐五年(908年),他们因害怕杨渥夺回权力杀死他们,先将其杀害。但随后他们彼此反目,张颢被徐温所杀,徐温独自掌控弘农。 (zh)
  • Zhang Hao (張顥) (died June 18, 908) was a guard commander for late Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty warlord Yang Xingmi the Prince of Wu, who was the military governor (Jiedushi) of Huainan Circuit (淮南, headquartered in modern Yangzhou, Jiangsu), and Yang Xingmi's son Yang Wo (Prince Wei of Hongnong) early in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. Along with fellow guard commander Xu Wen, he took over reins of the Hongnong state (which, in later times, would be known as Wu) by effectively putting Yang Wo under physical control. In 908, fearing that Yang Wo was about to seize power back and kill them, they assassinated him first. However, they then turned on each other, and Zhang was killed by Xu, who then took sole rein of Hongnong. (en)
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  • 张颢(9世纪-908年6月18日),唐朝末年军阀淮南节度使吴王杨行密及五代十国初期其子弘农威王杨渥麾下指挥使。他和同僚徐温通过实际人身控制杨渥夺取了弘农(后为吴)的统治权。天祐五年(908年),他们因害怕杨渥夺回权力杀死他们,先将其杀害。但随后他们彼此反目,张颢被徐温所杀,徐温独自掌控弘农。 (zh)
  • Zhang Hao (張顥) (died June 18, 908) was a guard commander for late Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty warlord Yang Xingmi the Prince of Wu, who was the military governor (Jiedushi) of Huainan Circuit (淮南, headquartered in modern Yangzhou, Jiangsu), and Yang Xingmi's son Yang Wo (Prince Wei of Hongnong) early in the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. Along with fellow guard commander Xu Wen, he took over reins of the Hongnong state (which, in later times, would be known as Wu) by effectively putting Yang Wo under physical control. In 908, fearing that Yang Wo was about to seize power back and kill them, they assassinated him first. However, they then turned on each other, and Zhang was killed by Xu, who then took sole rein of Hongnong. (en)
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