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Li Yan (Three Kingdoms) - Biography - Service Under Shu Han - As A Co-regent
... a local leader of Nanzhong, Yong Kai, rose up and claimed independence from Shu Han regime, Li Yan tried to utilize his personal influence to dissuade the former ... Before his departure, Chen told Zhuge that "Li Yan has scales in his stomach" but Zhuge replied that he would rather praise Li Yan than to attack him because the ... Circa AD 216, Zhuge attempted to replace Wei Yan, the area commander of Hanzhong assigned by Liu Bei, with Li Yan ...
Emperor Zhaozong Of Tang - Background
... Li Jie was born in 867, during the reign of his father Emperor Yizong, in the eastern palace at the imperial capital Chang'an ... to have died shortly after giving birth to Li Jie ... As Li Jie was also said to have been from the same mother as his older brother Li Yan, whose mother was a different Consort Wang, it might have been that he was raised by Li Yan's mother.) In 872 ...
Li Yan (artist) - Accident Series
... Li Yan put on a series of paintings called his Accident Series at the Saatchi Gallery in London ... Approaching painting as a forensic activity, Li's works are comprised of groups of small canvases to reconstruct disaster scenes as elaborate narratives." The main point of Li Yan ... When disaster is portrayed as a whole, Li Yan feels that much of what actually happens is lost to the viewer ...
Li Yan (Three Kingdoms)
... Li Yan (later changed to Li Ping (李平), died 234), style name Zhengfang (正方), was a political figure and military general of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of ... Li Yan climbed to the zenith of his career when he was asked by Shu emperor Liu Bei to be the military paramountcy and co-regent along Zhuge Liang for his ... However, during Zhuge Liang's Northern Expeditions, Li Yan was assigned to handle logistics, and he was unable to follow Zhuge's instruction to deliver supplies in a timely manner ...
Meng Zhixiang - During Jin
... Li Keyong and several other regional governors (Yang Wo the military governor of Huainan Circuit (淮南, headquartered in modern Yangzhou, Jiangsu), Li Maozhen the military governor of Fengxiang Circuit ... In 908, Li Keyong died and was succeeded as the Prince of Jin by his son Li Cunxu ... Meanwhile, there was an incident in or around 912, when Li Cunxu, angry that the recently-surrendered official Li Yan (李嚴) refused his request for Li Yan to serve as teacher to his son Li Jiji ...