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Liu Xun (Liu Zhang's son)

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Liu Xun (Liu Zhang's son)

Liu Xun
Traditional Chinese 劉循
Simplified Chinese 刘循

Liu Xun was the eldest son of the warlord Liu Zhang during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. During Liu Bei's takeover of Yi Province, Liu Zhang ordered Liu Xun to attack Liu Bei at Luocheng, together with Zhang Ren. Liu Xun held off Liu Bei's attacks for over a year, but was eventually defeated.




  1. ^ (先主進軍圍雒;時璋子循守城,被攻且一年。 十九年夏,雒城破,益部耆舊雜記曰:劉璋遣張任、劉跂率精兵拒捍先主於涪,為先主所破,退與璋子循守雒城。) Records of Three Kingdoms, Volume 32, Biography of the First Ruler Liu Bei.

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