Appendix:Romance of the Three Kingdoms

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Following is a list of names featured in the 14th century Chinese historical novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Many of the characters in the novel are fictionalized versions of real historical figures.

Chen Heng[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (simplified, Pinyin Chén Héng, traditional 陳橫, simplified 陈横)

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Sun Ce[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional, Pinyin Sūn Cè, traditional 孫策, simplified 孙策) *Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional, Pinyin Sūn Bófú, traditional 孫伯符, simplified 孙伯符)

  1. Sun Ce (175 - 200)

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Sun Quan[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (simplified, Pinyin Sūn Quán, traditional 孫權, simplified 孙权)

  1. Sun Quan (182 - 252)

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Wang Lang[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Wáng Lǎng)

  1. Wang Lang (died 228)

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White Tiger Yan[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional, Pinyin Yán Bái Hǔ, traditional 嚴白虎, simplified 严白虎)

  1. White Tiger Yan (a bandit leader active in the Wu region during the late Han Dynasty)

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Yan Yu[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (simplified, Pinyin Yán Yú, traditional 嚴輿, simplified 严舆)

  1. Yan Yu (White Tiger Yan's brother)

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Yu Fan[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Yú Fān)

  1. Yu Fan (164 - 233)

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Yu Mi[edit]

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*Romance of the Three Kingdoms (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Yú Mí)

  1. Yu Mi (a general who served under Liu Yao)

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