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Zhang Ni (died 254), courtesy name Boqi, rendered also as Zhang Yi, was a military general of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of China. Famous for his courage and generosity, Zhang Ni made his name known while rescuing a magistrate's wife from bandits and leading her to safety. Zhang Ni had the reputation of being one of the more successful later generals of the Shu Han state. Liu Shan, emperor of the Shu Han dynasty at the time of his service, compared him to the great heroes of antiquity, while Chen Shou in his appraisal of Zhang also referenced this comparison.

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  • Zhang Yi (mort el 254), Boqi, va ser un general militar de Shu Han durant l'era dels Tres Regnes de la història xinesa. Va tenir un paper decisiu en la pacificació dels pobles bàrbars que es van revoltar contra Shu Han. Ell va morir durant una de les Expedicions del Nord de Jiang Wei mentre distreia a l'enemic de perseguir a Jiang Wei. Zhang Yi és de vegades romanitzat com Zhang Ni. (ca)
  • Zhang Yi (chinesisch 張嶷 / 张仪, Pinyin Zhāng Yí; † 255) war ein General des Kaiserreichs Shu in China zur Zeit der Drei Reiche. In Zhuge Liangs trug er zur Niederschlagung der -Stämme unter Meng Huo bei. Später fiel er bei einem Feldzug von Jiang Wei gegen das Reich Wei, als er den Feind von Jiang Wei ablenkte. Er wird im Roman Die Geschichte der Drei Reiche erwähnt. (de)
  • 장억(張嶷, ? ~ 254년)은 중국 삼국 시대 촉한의 장군으로, 자는 백기(伯岐)며 익주 파군 남충국 사람이다. (ko)
  • Zhang Ni (died 254), courtesy name Boqi, rendered also as Zhang Yi, was a military general of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of China. Famous for his courage and generosity, Zhang Ni made his name known while rescuing a magistrate's wife from bandits and leading her to safety. Zhang Ni often worked with Ma Zhong, another general of Shu Han, when pacifying the indigenous tribes residing within and around Shu's borders. He spent at least 18 years dealing with the continuum of domestic uprisings centered around the Yuexi/Yuesui and Ba commanderies. Though he was a talented general, Zhang Ni often looked for humane solutions and sought to make peace or negotiate with the tribes when he could. Thanks to his upright nature, the Sanguozhi recorded that the tribes loved him and even weeped and grabbed hold of his carriage when they learned that he would be returning to Chengdu. Feeling he was growing weak and old, Zhang Ni gave a stirring speech asking to give him a chance to repay his lord's largesse or die trying. Liu Shan was moved to tears by his speech. During Jiang Wei's seventh Northern Expedition, he was killed in battle against the Wei general Xu Zhi after forcing the enemy to retreat. His death was mourned such that none among the Han or foreign clan of Yuexi did not weep with grief, and a temple established for him was brought offerings even in times of famine and hardship. Zhang Ni had the reputation of being one of the more successful later generals of the Shu Han state. Liu Shan, emperor of the Shu Han dynasty at the time of his service, compared him to the great heroes of antiquity, while Chen Shou in his appraisal of Zhang also referenced this comparison. (en)
  • 張 嶷(ちょう ぎょく、または ちょう ぎ、生年不詳 - 254年)は、中国後漢末期から三国時代にかけての武将。蜀漢に仕えた。字は伯岐。益州巴西郡南充国県(現在の四川省南充市南部県)の人。子は張瑛・張護雄。孫は張奕。 (ja)
  • 張嶷(約200年-254年,嶷音同逆),字伯岐,益州巴郡南充國(今四川省南充市)人,三國時期蜀漢將領。 (zh)
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  • 張嶷 (en)
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  • Chen Shou (en)
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  • Unknown (en)
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  • Statue of Zhang Ni in a temple in Chengdu, Sichuan (en)
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  • Zhang Ying (en)
  • Zhang Huxiong (en)
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  • Secondary Marquis (en)
  • Boqi (en)
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  • 254 (xsd:integer)
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  • Zhang Ni (en)
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  • 張嶷 (en)
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  • General (en)
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  • Commandant (en)
  • General Who Defeats Bandits (en)
  • Administrator of Yuexi/Yuesui (en)
  • Officer of the Standard (en)
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  • I have observed Zhang Ni's behavior, appearance and speech; it cannot frighten, but his tactical abilities are considerable, and his intensity is indeed enough to establish his authority. As a servant, he was loyal and devoted to integrity. He is of a clear and upright nature, and when he acts he always considers the law. Liu Shan deeply esteemed him and compared him to the heroic warriors of the ancient past, he was not so far! (en)
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  • Zhang Yi (mort el 254), Boqi, va ser un general militar de Shu Han durant l'era dels Tres Regnes de la història xinesa. Va tenir un paper decisiu en la pacificació dels pobles bàrbars que es van revoltar contra Shu Han. Ell va morir durant una de les Expedicions del Nord de Jiang Wei mentre distreia a l'enemic de perseguir a Jiang Wei. Zhang Yi és de vegades romanitzat com Zhang Ni. (ca)
  • Zhang Yi (chinesisch 張嶷 / 张仪, Pinyin Zhāng Yí; † 255) war ein General des Kaiserreichs Shu in China zur Zeit der Drei Reiche. In Zhuge Liangs trug er zur Niederschlagung der -Stämme unter Meng Huo bei. Später fiel er bei einem Feldzug von Jiang Wei gegen das Reich Wei, als er den Feind von Jiang Wei ablenkte. Er wird im Roman Die Geschichte der Drei Reiche erwähnt. (de)
  • 장억(張嶷, ? ~ 254년)은 중국 삼국 시대 촉한의 장군으로, 자는 백기(伯岐)며 익주 파군 남충국 사람이다. (ko)
  • 張 嶷(ちょう ぎょく、または ちょう ぎ、生年不詳 - 254年)は、中国後漢末期から三国時代にかけての武将。蜀漢に仕えた。字は伯岐。益州巴西郡南充国県(現在の四川省南充市南部県)の人。子は張瑛・張護雄。孫は張奕。 (ja)
  • 張嶷(約200年-254年,嶷音同逆),字伯岐,益州巴郡南充國(今四川省南充市)人,三國時期蜀漢將領。 (zh)
  • Zhang Ni (died 254), courtesy name Boqi, rendered also as Zhang Yi, was a military general of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of China. Famous for his courage and generosity, Zhang Ni made his name known while rescuing a magistrate's wife from bandits and leading her to safety. Zhang Ni had the reputation of being one of the more successful later generals of the Shu Han state. Liu Shan, emperor of the Shu Han dynasty at the time of his service, compared him to the great heroes of antiquity, while Chen Shou in his appraisal of Zhang also referenced this comparison. (en)
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  • Zhang Yi (Boqi) (ca)
  • Zhang Yi (General, † 255) (de)
  • Zhang Ni (en)
  • 張嶷 (ja)
  • 장억 (ko)
  • 張嶷 (zh)
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