Han Fu


Han Fu

Chinese
t=韓馥
s=韩馥

Han Fu (141 - 191) was a bureaucrat during the late Eastern Han Dynasty and Three Kingdoms era of China. He was the governor of Jizhou (冀州, present day southern Hebei) when the Yellow Turban Rebellion broke out in 184.

In the historical novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms", by Luo Guanzhong, Han Fu participated in the coalition against the tyrannical warlord, Dong Zhuo. After the coalition is broken, he returned to Jizhou. Yuan Shao, whose troops are supported by Han Fu begins to look at the options to remove his dependency on the food shipment from Han Fu to maintain his troops. Following Feng Ji's advice, Yuan Shao pretended to be willing to divide Han Fu's territory with Gongsun Zan if he attacks Han Fu. Seeing the incoming invasion from Gongsun Zan, the frightened Han Fu surrendered his territory to Yuan Shao although a number of officials pleaded for him to reconsider. After Yuan Shao took over Jizhou, he kept the territory for himself, which infuriated Gongsun Zan, and stripped Han Fu's rank. The disappointed Han Fu left everything, including his family and went to seek refuge with Zhang Miao of Chenliu. However, when he heard Yuan Shao's messenger met with Zhang Miao's, he killed himself.

References

*cite book|author=Chen Shou|title=San Guo Zhi|publisher=Yue Lu Shu She|year=2002|id=ISBN 7-80665-198-5
*cite book|author=Luo Guanzhong; tr. Roberts Moss|title=Romance of the Three Kingdoms|publisher=Foreign Language Press|year=1995|id=ISBN 7-119-00590-1
*cite book|author=Lo Kuan-chung; tr. C.H. Brewitt-Taylor|title=Romance of the Three Kingdoms|publisher=Tuttle Publishing|year=2002|id=ISBN 0-8048-3467-9

ee also

*Three Kingdoms
*Personages of the Three Kingdoms
*"Records of Three Kingdoms"
*"Romance of the Three Kingdoms"


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