Caizhou: Also known as Cai County. During the Qin Dynasty , the original land of Cai and Shen was relocated to Sanchuan County. During the Han Dynasty , it was changed to Runan County (now Henan Shangcai). During the Eastern Jin Dynasty , the government office was moved to Xuancheng City (now Runan, Henan). The Sui and Tang dynasties were changed to Caizhou and were once named Yuzhou; the Sui Dynasty changed the Han Dynasty to Luzhou and set Caizhou. Its governing place was named Shangcai County during the Sui Dynasty and Ruyin County during the Tang Dynasty . All are in Runan County, Henan Province at the time, and the jurisdiction was in Runan County, Henan Province. During the Northern and Southern Dynasties , Caizhou was also set up, and the government was in Caiyang. At that time, the jurisdiction was in the southwestern area of Zaoyang City, Hubei Province. Lu County: Also known as Lu Guo , Lu Guo County. At the beginning of the Western Han Dynasty, the original Xue Jun of the Qin Dynasty was changed to Lu State, and it was ruled by Lu County (now Qufu, Shandong).
Lacquer carving (Qī diāo) surname originated
1. Originated from the surname of Ji , from the descendants of Wu Taibo, the monarch of the Wu Kingdom in the Western Zhou Dynasty, belonging to the tribe name. 2. From the Manchu family name, one of the Eight Banners , which was later simplified to the Qi family or the Diao family (the Manchu family family name was simplified to a single family name was very common, especially in the middle and late Qing Dynasty ). 3. Derived from occupation, from ancient lacquer ware craftsmen, belonging to the vocational skills.
The Diao family name or the typical Han family name, but the total population in the mainland of China and Taiwan Province are not included in the top 300 of the 100 surnames , in the Song version of the "100 surnames" ranked as the 450th gate . The lacquer carving surname is not among the top 100 surnames in the mainland and Taiwan. When the lacquer carving first appeared, it was a professional title, the ancient name of those painters. Their descendants were named after the name of the ancestor's occupation or skill, known as the lacquer carving family . The lacquer carving is a descendant of the founding monarch Taiwu of the Wu Kingdom in the Zhou Dynasty. In the ancient spring and autumn, the country of Lu was a place where nobles gathered. Lu Guo has also produced many lacquer carving clan, many of them are Confucius disciples. It can be seen that this group of people have moved from Lu Guo to Lu Guo for many years. The descendants of these people used lacquer carving as their surname. The lacquer carving surname is a big surname today in Yibin County, mainly distributed in Puan, Hengjiang, Ssangyong, Fulong, and other areas. It has this surname in the urban areas of Yibin and Yibin County. Later, the lacquer carving evolved into the lacquer surname. The surname of lacquer eagle is in Cai County (equivalent to Runan County, Henan Province) and Lu County (equivalent to Qufu, Shandong Province). Xiongkou Town, Qianjiang City, Hubei Province is also distributed today.
Hall numberCaizhou Church: Wangli Church, also known as Runan Church and Yuzhou Church.