Han-Wei-Wu-Shu jiushi 漢魏吳蜀舊事 (Old Affairs of Han, Wei, Wu and Shu) is a Chinese text about former affairs during times of Han and the Three Kingdoms.

Bits of informationEdit

The Book of Sui, the New Book of Tang and the Old Book of Tang all mention this book and say it was 8 juan 卷 long and do not mention an author. None of this text survives today, except the passage in the Records of the Three Kingdoms.

Fragments in Records of the Three KingdomsEdit

Book of Wei 22 - Biography of Wei ZhenEdit

  1. 臣松之案《舊事》及《傅咸集》,烈終於光祿勳。烈二弟京、楷,皆二千石。楷子權,字伯輿。晉大司馬汝南王亮輔政,以權為尚書郎。傅咸與亮牋曰:「衞伯輿貴妃兄子,誠有才章,應作臺郎,然未得東宮官屬。東宮官屬,前患楊駿,親理塞路,今有伯輿,復越某作郎。一犬吠形,羣犬吠聲,懼於羣犬,遂至回聽。」權作左思吳都賦叙及注,叙粗有文辭,至於為注,了無所發明,直為塵穢紙墨,不合傳寫也。

See alsoEdit



  1. Chen Shou. Book of Wei 22 in Records of the Three Kingdoms, cited by Pei Songzhi.


  • 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).

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