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Qiao Mao

Qiao Mao
Traditional Chinese 橋瑁
Simplified Chinese 桥瑁

Qiao Mao (died 191) was the governor of Dong Commandery (東郡) during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He was the nephew of Qiao Xuan and cousin of the Two Qiaos. Qiao joined the coalition force in the campaign against Dong Zhuo. After the disintegration of the alliance, Qiao refused a request for provisions from Liu Dai and was killed for that.

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