Qi County: In the Western Han Dynasty, it was Linzi County first, then Qi County, and Linzi County (now in Linzi County, Shandong Province). The Sui and Tang Dynasties are Beihai County, Qingzhou. Hanoi County: At the time of Chu and Han (at the end of the 3rd century BC), the county was set. It is equivalent to the area along the northern bank of the Yellow River in Henan Province. Zhishuai County is in the southwest of Wuzhi County, Henan Province.
"Chun Yu" Origins
The name of Chunyu (Chúnyú) is simple and simple. It originates from one: from Jiang , the descendant of Emperor Yan , with the name of the country. After King Zhou Wu destroyed the business, he named Jiang Yuchun , who was the former Emperor of the Xia Dynasty , and was named Zhouyu in Zhouyi (now Anqiu County, Shandong Province), and established the state. During the Spring and Autumn Period, there was a state official, who died in Qi, and the state family settled in Chunyu City (now northeast of Anqiu County, formerly the state capital city). Later, the state was renamed, Chunyu State, still the Duke, and became a small country during the Spring and Autumn Period. one. After his death, his tribe was named after the original country, known as Chun Yu 's . By the middle of the Tang Dynasty , Tang Xianzong's name was Li Chun , and the "chun" and "pure" characters of Chun Yu's surname were in the taboo, but went to Chun as Yu surname. Five generations later, Yu Yu recovered his ancestral family name , and still surnamed Chun Yu.
Chun Yugong. From the Shui Jing Zhu, we can know the origin of Chun Yu. When Zhou Wu was king, Chun Yugong was confiscated in the puppet state, known as Chun Yuguo, and his descendants "take the country as the clan", and his surname is Chun Yu. It has a history of more than 3000 years. According to the Dialectics of Surnames of Ancient and Modern Surnames, Tang Xianzong changed his name to Yu's in order to avoid royal names. According to research, in the ancient Pingguan country, northeast of Anqiu County, Shandong Province today, this is the home of the Chun Yu family. Therefore, the ancestor of Chun Yu's surname is Chun Yugong.
Chun Yu's surname is not among the top 100 surnames on the mainland and Taiwan. After the emperor Zhou Wu established the Zhou Dynasty in ancient times, the descendants of the ancient Emperor Yan were sealed in Zhouyi, and they were allowed to establish a state. At the same time, he became duke, so the monarch of the state was called the state duke. The state is in Anqiu County, Shandong Province. To the northeast of Anqiu County, there is still Chun Yucheng, which is the capital of the state. The state of the state once died and was re-established. After the re-establishment, it was called Chun Yu. After that, the descendants of the clan of Chun Yuguo will use the name of the state. The Chunyu clan is located in Juqi County (now in Linzi County, Shandong Province). Later, due to migration, some were in Hanoi County (now north of the Yellow River in the western part of Henan Province).
Degantang: In the later Han Dynasty, there was Chun Yugong, who was pure and did not admire Rongli. His brother was taken away by the thieves and was about to be cooked. He asked to die for his brother. The thief was very moved and released both of their brothers. Chun Yugong did not want to go out at home, and the court worshipped him as a servant of Yilang.
Chun Yuqiong: Zhong Zhongjian, a native of Xichuan (Ruling Yuzhou, Henan). At the end of the Han Dynasty, Yuan Shao and Cao Cao were one of the eight school captains of Xiyuan. After Yuan Shao, he discouraged the opportunity to welcome Emperor Xian, and lost the opportunity to bring the emperor to the princehood. In the four years of Jian'an (199), he was condemned to resist sending troops, contrary to the will of Yuan Shao, and then divided the army into three governors and Chun Yuqiongdian. The battle of Guandu was followed by Yan Liang's attack on the white horse and returned to defeat. He then led the army to transport food and stayed in Wuchao overnight. He was attacked by Cao Cao, killed and defeated, and Yuan Jun collapsed.
Chun Yuzhang: Qi scribes during the Warring States Period. Knowledgeable, knowledgeable, eloquent, good at speaking, humorous and funny. At that time, the vassals invaded, and the officials were deserted. Chun Yuyu lobbied among the vassal nations to talk about it, and heeded it, thinking that the vassals were the subject and guest.
Chun Yuyi: a famous doctor of the Han Dynasty . He likes medical treatment less frequently, and he treats people later, and he has more life and death.
Chun Yu's Birthday: Shu Han people in the post-Wei dynasty. His father, Xingzong, was the eunuch of Nan'an. He went to Yangzhou with his father when he was twelve years old, but his father was killed by thieves on the road. He was very sad, vowed to work hard, spent money to make guests, and got revenge within half a month, breaking the thief Fan Wenchi and so on. Official end of Liangzhou thorn history.
Chun Yulang: Born in Huang County of the Tang Dynasty , Chun Yunan's younger brother, it was difficult to enter the dynasty with his brother during Wu De's years, because of his life, the official Yangyang history, the post-prime minister, and Feng Yan Guogong .
Chun Yu difficult: Huang County, according to Wen Deng in Sui. Tang Xing descended from the Tang Dynasty, Wen Deng was promoted to the prefecture, and the difficulty was a thorn in history, and he was named Jin Guogong .
Chun Yuyi: A native of Shandong, a famous doctor of the Han Dynasty, Shi Qi is the chief of Taicang, and is called Taicang or Cangong in the world. He likes medical treatment, and he treats people later. When Emperor Wendi was convicted for some reason, he was sentenced to corporal punishment. His daughter-in-law wrote the letter and was willing to use the body as a concubine to atone for his father's sin.
Chun Yuti's daughter: The daughter of Chun Yuyi, a famous doctor in the Han Dynasty, her father had a good medical practice, and was convicted of a corporal punishment by being accused by a luxury businessman. Ti Xi took the initiative to go to Beijing with his father, write to the court, and volunteered to be a slave to redeem his father's punishment. Emperor Han Wen was moved by her filial piety, and finally ordered the pardon of her father and the abolition of corporal punishment.