Records of the Three Kingdoms biographyEdit
The Attentive and Lamented Empress of the Later Lord [Liu Shan] (Jìng’āi huánghòu 後主敬哀皇后) was the eldest daughter of the General of Chariots and Cavalry (jūjì jiāngjūn 車騎將軍) Zhang Fei. In the first year of Zhangwu 章武[n 1] she was made consort of the heir-apparent [Liu Shan]. In the first year of Jianxing 建興[n 2] she was made empress. She died in the fifteenth year of Jianxing. She was buried at the Nan Tumulus (南陵 Nánlíng)
- Lady Zhang - younger sister
- This is not the lady Koei-Tecmo based Xingcai on.
- The Lady’s mother was Lady Xiahou, a cousin of Xiahou Ba.
- When the Lady died, the title of empress was passed down to her younger sister.
- ↑ GJCM notes: the reign years Zhangwu were from 221-223. At the time Liu Bei was the emperor.
- ↑ GJCM notes: the reign years Jianxing were from 223-237. At the time Liu Shan was the emperor.
- Chen Shou 陳壽 (233–297). Sanguo zhi 三國志 “Records of the Three Kingdoms”, with official commentary compiled by Pei Songzhi 裴松之 (372-451).
- de Crespigny, Rafe. A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (23 - 220 AD). Leiden: BRILL, 2007.