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Ma Tie

Ma Tie
Traditional Chinese 馬鐵
Simplified Chinese 马铁

Ma Tie (died 211) was a son of the warlord Ma Teng during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. While serving the imperial army, Ma Tie was made Colonel of the Cavalry. When his older brother Ma Chao revolted against Cao Cao, Ma Tie was killed in battle, while Ma Teng and Ma Xiu were executed.

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