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Wei Zhongxian

Wei Zhongxian (Chinese official), 1568 Suning, now in Hebei province, click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.

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Introduction - SUNY Press
BOOKS: Co-editor, with Steven Totosy de Zepetnek. East Asian
Jennifer W.
Part Two eunuch Wei Zhongxian ~f~,R. The records for TQ4 and TQ7/6 were flfst noted to be missing in 1651 and have never been found.
Blood and History in China: The Donglin Faction and its Repression
Politics and Morality during the Ming-Qing Dynastic Transition (1570
Tao Wangling 陶望齡. Taohuacheng 桃花城. Wan Shouqi 萬壽祺.

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The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
In the late Ming Dynasty, the eunuch Wei Zhongxian is in power in the court, and a number of loyal officials are slaughtered at random.

Suggested Web Resources

Wei Zhongxian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wei Zhongxian (Chinese: 魏忠賢) (1568 – October 19, 1627) is considered by most historians as the most powerful and notorious eunuch in Chinese history.
Wei Zhongxian - The Most Powerful and Notorious Eunuch in
Wei Zhongxian (Chinese official) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
CULTURE - China today
Wei Zhongxian (1568-1627) is the most infamous figure in Ming history.
The Secret of World History: Wei Zhongxian
May 19, 2011 Wei Zhongxian Wei Zhongxian control the affairs of the palace because he was favored by Emperor Xizong. Many officials who support it.

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