Liu Dai

Liu Dai (died 192), style name Gongshan (公山), was an official of the late Eastern Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. His ancestral home was in Mouping County (牟平縣), Donglai Commandery (東萊郡; northwest of present-day Fushan District, Yantai, Shandong).

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