Jin Officials

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Liu Cong (Han Zhao) - Early Reign
... created her son Liu Can the Prince of Jin, putting him in charge of much of his troops, along with his cousin Liu Yao the Prince of Shi'an ... Liu Cong continued to put up pressure against Jin and its capital Luoyang ... Liu Yao, Liu Can, Shi Le, and Wang Mi continued to defeat Jin forces that they encountered easily, capturing cities and killing Jin officials, but continued to have difficulty holding cities ...
Emperor Huai Of Jin - After Capture By Han Zhao
... For one and a half years, the former Jin emperor lived a humiliating existence in the Han Zhao capital ... imperial new year celebration, Liu Cong ordered him to serve the high level officials wine, and former Jin officials Yu Min (庾珉) and Wang Juan (王雋) could not control their ... angry, and he falsely accused Yu and Wang, along with a number of former Jin officials, of being ready to betray Pingyang and offer it to the Jin general Liu Kun ...

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