Jul 30, 2022
In General Discussion
The more extraordinary the winners. Zu Ti's appearance may tell us a new little secret. About the four generals of the Jiangdong Tiger Sun Jian in the phone database late Eastern Han Dynasty: Cheng Pu, Han Dang, Huang Gai, Zu Mao. Huang Gai was from Jingzhou, while Cheng Pu and Han Dang were from northern Youzhou. Zu Mao's origin is unclear in the "Records of the Three Kingdoms", but the "Book of Jin" Zu Ti's biography says it. Ancestor, the old surname of Beizhou. Beizhou usually has two meanings, one is the north of the Great Wall, and the other is the north of the secluded Ji. To the north of the Great Wall, it should be a usage derived from the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms to summarize the sixteen states of Yanyun. To put it simply, Zu Mao and Han Dang Cheng Pu should both be the same northerners. Zu Ti, courtesy name Shizhi, was a native of Fan Yangqiu. The official 2,000 stone is the old surname of Beizhou. The place from the north of Hebei Province to the northeast of today is basically the ancient Youzhou. Fan Yang, who lived in his ancestral family, is actually Zhuo County, the hometown of Liu Bei. However, I would like to invite everyone to take a look at this sentence: "Shile's word is Shilong, his first name is , and he is also a man from" Shi Le is classified as a Hu Man here, and Zu Ti is a Han Chinese, except that Shi Le has a "Hu name", which is a finer level of origin. But in fact, the "tribe" name of the Hu Man was originally their hometown. Xianbei and Karasuma were the names of the mountains where they lived in the past. What Hu, what Han.