Li Cheng

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Feng Dao - During Later Zhou
... had requested that Ge Yanyu (葛延遇) and Li Cheng (李澄), who had falsely accused Li Song of plotting to join Li Shouzhen's rebellion in 948 and ... Wang Jun was impressed by Xu's fervor to avenge Li Song, and recommended Ge's and Li Cheng's death ... Emperor Taizu thereafter put Ge and Li Cheng to death ...
Li Xilie - As Emperor of Chu
... After Li Xilie declared himself the Emperor of Chu, he sent emissaries to Chen Shaoyou and Zhang Jianfeng the prefect of Shou Prefecture (壽州, in modern Lu'an, Anhui ... Chen was receptive, but Zhang was not and killed Li Xilie's emissaries ... Li Xilie sent his general Du Shaocheng (杜少誠) to attack Zhang, but was defeated by Zhang ...
Li Fengji - During Emperor Jingzong's Reign
... In spring 824, Emperor Muzong died and was succeeded by Li Zhan (as Emperor Jingzong) ... Before Emperor Jingzong formally took the throne, Li Fengji served as regent for three days ... took the throne, he had his associates accuse Li Shen and Du Yuanying of having supported Emperor Muzong's brother Li Cong (李悰) the Prince of Shen as Emperor Muzong's successor ...
Li Cheng (painter)
... Li Cheng (Chinese 李成 pinyin Lǐ Chéng Wade–Giles Li Ch'eng) (919–967), style name 咸熙 (Pinyin Xián Xī), was a Chinese painter from Qingzhou (now part of Weifang County, Shandong) during the Five Dynasties ... was with the Tang Dynasty imperial family, the Li (李) family, which had fallen out of power in 907 with the collapse of the Tang Empire ... Li Cheng, Fan Kuan, and Guan Tong together became known as the "three great rival artists" ...