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Pan Lin (Three Kingdoms)

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Pan Lin (Three Kingdoms)

Pan Lin
Traditional Chinese 潘臨
Simplified Chinese 潘临

Pan Lin was the leader of a group of Shanyue bandits in Kuaiji (present-day Shaoxing, Zhejiang) in the late Eastern Han Dynasty . The bandits terrorised the region for years until they were eliminated by a volunteer army led by Lu Xun.

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