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Pan Jun

Pan Jun
Official of Eastern Wu
Born (Unknown)
Died 239
Names
Traditional Chinese 潘濬
Simplified Chinese 潘浚
Pinyin Pān Jùn
Wade–Giles Pan Chün
Courtesy name Chengming (Chinese: 承明; pinyin: Chéngmíng; Wade–Giles: Cheng-ming)

Pan Jun (died 239), courtesy name Chengming, was an official of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period.

Contents

  • Life 1
  • In fiction 2
  • Appointments and titles held 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Life

Pan Jun originally served as an officer in Jiangxia under Liu Biao and Liu Bei. During Lü Meng's invasion of Jing Province, he surrendered to Sun Quan. He was known for his willingness to submit honest opinions to Sun Quan.[1]

In fiction

In the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Pan Jun was left to defend Jing Province by Guan Yu, who was attacking Fancheng. Wang Fu described Pan Jun as a selfish and jealous man and warned Guan Yu against this decision and advised him to place the trustworthy Zhao Lei in charge instead, but Guan Yu did not do so.[2] Indeed, Pan Jun later did surrender the city to Lü Meng.

Appointments and titles held

  • Assistant Officer in Jiangxia (江夏從事) under Governor of Jing Province Liu Biao
  • Prefect of Xiang Village (湘鄉令)
  • Assistant Officer in Headquarters Office (治中從事) under Liu Bei
Appointments and titles held by Pan Jun after he switched allegiance to Sun Quan
  • General of the Household Who Assists the Army (輔軍中郎將)
  • General of Uplifting Might (奮威將軍)
  • Marquis of Changqian Village (常遷亭侯)
  • Minister Steward (少府)
  • Marquis of Liuyang (劉陽侯)
  • Minister of Ceremonies (太常)

See also

References

  1. ^ Sanguozhi vol. 61.
  2. ^ Sanguo Yanyi ch. 73.
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