Cangting during Later Han and Three KingdomsEdit
During the 184 AD Yellow Turban Rebellion, the village Cangting was taken over by a group of Yellow Turbans which were led by the local leader Bu Si 卜巳. The village was freed when Fu Xie 傅燮 commanded a troop of Huangfu Song's army and attacked, captured and killed Bu Si.
Battles Fought at CangtingEdit
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- ↑ de Crespigny, Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling, footnotes to Zhongping 1
- ↑ de Crespigny, A Biographical Dictionary, page 24
- de Crespigny, Rafe. A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (23 - 220 AD). Leiden: BRILL, 2007.
- —. Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1989.
- Leban, Carl. Ts'ao Ts'ao and the Rise of Wei: The Early Years. Columbia University, Ph. D., 1971.