Wang Ke

Wang Ke (Chinese:王珂) (born August 31, 1983 in Qingdao) is a Chinese football player.

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Li Keyong - During Emperor Zhaozong's and Emperor Ai's Reigns - Campaign Against Wang Xingyu and Li Maozhen
... Wang Chongrong had been assassinated in 887 and been succeeded by his older brother Wang Chongying ... After Wang Chongying died in spring 895, the Hezhong soldiers supported Wang Chongrong's adoptive son Wang Ke — the biological son of Wang Chongying's and Wang Chongrong's older brother Wang Chongjian (王重簡) ... Wang Chongying's sons Wang Gong the military governor of Baoyi Circuit (保義, headquartered in modern Sanmenxia, Henan) and Wang Yao (王瑤) the prefect of Jin Prefecture were displeased with the situation and ...
Emperor Taizu Of Later Liang - Xuanwu Governor - Continued Expansion
... Meanwhile, the cousins Wang Ke the military governor of Huguo Circuit, an adoptive son of Wang Chongrong's (and biological nephew, as Wang Ke's biological father was Wang Chongrong's older brother Wang ... Li Keyong supported Wang Ke, while Zhu supported Wang Gong ... to put Huguo under siege, but Li Keyong sent his nephew Li Sizhao to defeat Wang Gong's forces and forcing the Xuanwu forces to lift the siege ...
Li Maozhen - During Reign of Emperor Zhaozong of Tang - Confrontations With The Imperial Government
... chancellor, Cui Zhaowei, was an ally of both Li Maozhen and Wang Xingyu and was secretly revealing the events at court to them ... Li Maozhen and Wang, however, gathered 60,000 well-seasoned veterans of their own to defend against the attack ... were ingratiating themselves with Li Maozhen and Wang, such that they were able to force Emperor Zhaozong's actions by requesting Li Maozhen and Wang to demand Emperor Zhaozong to carry them out ...