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Song Taizu Zhao Kuangyin (927-976), Taizu of the Song Dynasty, was a native of Zhuozhou (now part of Hebei Province). Born in Luoyang. In the first year of Qianyou of the Later Han Dynasty (948), the privy envoy Guo Wei challenged Li Shouzhen and recruited him as a subordinate. In the later Zhou Dynasty, during the Xiande period, he conquered Huainan and Shouchun, and accumulated meritorious service until he reached the commanding envoy in front of the palace, the Jiedu envoy of the Yicheng Army, and was changed to the Jiedu Envoy of the Zhongwu Army. In the sixth year of Xiande's reign (959), he was promoted to the imperial tutor of the school and inspected in front of the palace. After Emperor Gong came to the throne, he was transferred to the Imperial Military Academy and became the military governor of the German Army. In the spring of the seventh year, the Chenqiao mutiny was launched, and he became emperor, the country was named Song, and was changed to Yuan Jianlong (960). Then he put down the rebellion of Li Jun and Li Chongjin. In the first year of Qiande (963), Jinghu was pacified; in the third year, Hou Shu was pacified. In the second year of Kaibao (969), he personally conquered the Northern Han Dynasty; in the fourth year, he conquered the Southern Han Dynasty; in the eighth year, he conquered the Southern Tang Dynasty. Reigned for seventeen years. He died in the winter of October of the ninth year of Kaibao, at the age of fifty. In the second year of Emperor Taizong's reign of Taiping and Xingguo (977), he was buried in Yongchang Mausoleum. The matter can be found in Volumes 1 to 3 of "History of the Song Dynasty" and "Taizu Ji".
Xing Kuixun Xing Kuexun was a native of Yun'anjian, Kuizhou (now Fengjie, Sichuan), and one said he was from Chengdu (now Sichuan). After serving as an official in Shu, he became a minister of the Ministry of Industry and knew Jianzhou. After entering the Song Dynasty, he was granted the title of Concubine You. In the fifth year of Taizu's Kaibao reign (972), he served as a marching Sima for the Zhenguo army. He died in his nineties. There are biographies in Volume 479 of "History of the Song Dynasty" and Volume 54 of "Ten Kingdoms Spring and Autumn Period". I have recorded three poems today.
Zhu Cun Zhu Cun was from Jinling (now Nanjing, Jiangsu). During the period of Baoda in the Southern Tang Dynasty, he wrote 200 chapters of "Lan Gu Shi" based on the stories of Emperor Wu and the rise and fall of the Six Dynasties. "History of the Song Dynasty·Yiwenzhi" records it as two volumes of "Jinling Reading Ancient Poems". Volume 17 of "Yudi Jisheng" quotes his poems and calls them "poems of this dynasty", indicating that Zhu was still alive after the Song Dynasty. There is a biography in Volume 29 of "Ten Kingdoms Spring and Autumn". There are sixteen poems recorded today.
Shi Deshao Shi Deshao (890-971), whose common surname was Chen and whose courtesy name was Huizhou (Volume 35 of "Jiading Chicheng Chronicle"), was from Longquan, Chuzhou (now part of Zhejiang). It is said that Jinyun, Chuzhou ( Today he belongs to Zhejiang) (Volume 13 of "The Biography of Eminent Monks of the Song Dynasty"). He lived in Tiantai Mountain and was called the Master of Deshao. In the first year of Qianyou of the Later Han Dynasty (948), Qian Chu, King Zhongyi of Wu and Yue, came to the throne and invited Deshao to be his disciple. Song Taizu died in the fourth year of Kaibao's reign, one says he died in the fifth year (same as above), at the age of eighty-two. There is a biography in Volume 25 of "Jingde Zhuan Deng Lu". Now I record one verse and one verse.
Shi Zhiduan Shi Zhiduan (892-969), whose common surname was Yu, was from Fuzhou (now Fujian). He studied at Nanjian Temple. Lives in Ruifengyuan, Linyangshan, Fuzhou. Song Taizu Kaibao died in the second year of his life (Volume 10 of "The Biography of Zen Forest Monk Bao") at the age of seventy-eight. There is a biography in Volume 22 of "Jingde Zhuan Deng Lu".
Li Tao Li Tao (898-961), courtesy name Xinchen, was born in Jingzhao Wannian (now Xi'an, Shaanxi). He lived in Hunan with his father to avoid trouble. In the later Tang Dynasty, Mingzong Tiancheng became the first Jinshi. He served as an official in the Later Tang, Later Jin, Later Han, and later Zhou dynasties. He served as Minister of the Ministry of Punishment and the Ministry of Household Affairs, and was granted the title of Duke of Ju. Entering the Song Dynasty, he worshiped the Minister of War. Taizu Jianlong died in the second year of his reign, at the age of sixty-four. There is a biography in Volume 262 of "History of the Song Dynasty". There are eight poems recorded today.
Chen Tuan Chen Tuan (? ~ 989), whose courtesy name is Tunan, who calls himself Fuyaozi, and is known as Mr. Baiyun, was born in Zhenyuan, Bozhou (now Luyi, Henan). During the reign of Emperor Mingzong of the later Tang Dynasty, he was not promoted to Jinshi, so he lived in Wudang Mountain for more than 20 years. He also moved to Yuntai Temple in Huashan Mountain and stopped at Shaohua Stone Chamber. Later Zhou called him to advise the officials, but he refused. When Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty came to Beijing for peace and rejuvenation, he was given the title Mr. Xiyi. Duangong died in the second year of his reign. There are more than 600 poems, which have been lost. There is a biography in Volume 457 of "History of the Song Dynasty". There are sixteen poems recorded today.
Shan Shan, a prostitute in Chengdu. At the same time as Chen Tuan, I saw the first two volumes of "Shihua Zonggui".
Shi Qiankang Shi Qiankang was born in Lingling (now Hunan). Qi Ji is known for his good poetry. During Taizu's Qiande reign, he met Wang Shen, the governor of Yongzhou, with a poem (Volume 11 of the first volume of "Shi Hua Zong Gui"). I have recorded three poems today.
Ji Faqian Shi Faqian, whose common surname was Shi, was from Quanzhou (now part of Fujian). Live in Longshouyuan. He is the ninth generation of Qingyuan and the heir of Zen Master Longshouyi. The matter can be found in Volume 8 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Shi Guangyuan Shi Guangyuan lived in Hedong (now Yongji, Shanxi). In the ninth life of Qingyuan, he was the heir of Zen master Long Jixiu. The matter can be found in Volume 8 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Ye Jian Ye Jian was from Shan (now Shengxian County, Zhejiang Province). Entering the Song Dynasty from Wu Yue, he was famous for his divination (Volume 18 of "Neng Gaizhai Man Lu"). Qian Liu, the king of Wu and Yue, once lived in Muzhong (Volume 88 of "Ten Kingdoms Spring and Autumn"). Today I have recorded three fortune-telling poems.
Nie Chongyi Nie Chongyi was born in Luoyang (now part of Henan). After serving as an official in the Han Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty, he moved to the imperial family and became a doctor of Taichang. In the third year of Jianlong's reign (962), Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty, he was appointed as an academic official and published in "Three Rituals". Not long after, he died. "History of the Song Dynasty" Volume 431 contains Fu.
Yang Zhaojian Yang Zhaojian (902-977), courtesy name Zhongbao, was born in Jingzhao Chang'an (now Xi'an, Shaanxi). In the later Tang Dynasty, Mingzong Changxing became a Jinshi. He served as an official in the Later Tang, Later Jin, and later Zhou dynasties, and was a scholar of Zhongshushe and a bachelor of Hanlin. In the second year of Kaibao's reign (969), Taizu of the Song Dynasty, he worked for Prince Zhan. In six years, he became official as Minister of the Ministry of Industry. Taizong died in the second year of Taiping and Xingguo's reign, at the age of seventy-six. There is a biography in Volume 269 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I’ve recorded two poems today.
Shi Tonghui Shi Tonghui, the ninth generation under Qingyuan, is the heir of Zen Master Qingliangyi, and he respects and respects Zen Master Tonghui. Lived in Prajna Temple in Taizhou (now Linhai, Zhejiang Province). The matter can be found in Volume 10 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Taogu Tao Gu (904-971), courtesy name Xiushi, was born in Xinping, Pizhou (now Binxian County, Shaanxi Province). His original surname was Tang, which was changed to avoid the taboo of Shi Jingtang, the founder of the Jin Dynasty. After serving in the Jin, Later Han, and Later Zhou dynasties, he served as a minister in the Ministry of Officers and Soldiers, and in the Ministry of Personnel. In the second year of Jianlong of the Song Dynasty (961), Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty transferred it to the Minister of Rites (Volume 4 of "Xuzhi Tongjian Changbian") and Hanlin accepted the decree. In the second year of Qiande (964), he was the official of the Ministry of Civil Affairs and also knew the tribute examination. Cumulatively appointed ministers of the Ministry of Punishment and the Ministry of Household Affairs. He died in December of the third year of Kaibao (see Volume 11 above) at the age of sixty-eight. There is a biography in Volume 269 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I have recorded three poems today.
Fu Zhaoyuan Fu Zhaoyuan was at the same time as Tao Gu (see Volume 2 of Qing Yi Lu).
Shi Yanshou Shi Yanshou (904-975), whose common surname was Wang, whose courtesy name was Zhongxuan (also known as Chongxuan and Chongli), and whose nickname was Baoyizi. A native of Yuhang (now Hangzhou, Zhejiang). When he was the general of Huating Town in the 28th year of his life, he abandoned his official position and became a monk. At the beginning, I paid homage to Zen Master Cuiyan Shen of Longce Temple, and went to look for Master Deshao of Tiantai Mountain. I was deeply impressed by Deshao at first sight. First live in Xuedou Mountain, Mingzhou. In the first year of Taizu's Jianlong reign (960), King Qian Chu of Wuyue invited him to live in the new temple on Lingxiu Mountain. Next year, he moved to Yongming Temple and stayed there for fifteen years. He has written extensively, including poems and verses that have been praised by thousands of people and have been circulated overseas. The King of Goryeo sent an envoy to write a letter describing the etiquette of his disciples. He died in the eighth year of Kaibao's reign at the age of seventy-two. He was given the title Zen Master Zhijue. Huizong pursued his posthumous title Zongzhao during his reign in Chongning (Volume 70 of Xianchun Lin'an Zhi). Volume 26 of "Jingde Biography of Deng Lu", Volume 28 of "Biography of Eminent Monks of the Song Dynasty", Volume 9 of "Biography of Zen Forest Monks", Volume 10 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan", Volume 26 of "Buddha Tong Ji", "Shi Shi Ji Gu" There are biographies in Volume 3 of "Lue" and Volume 70 of "Xian Chun Lin'an Zhi". The life-extending poem is based on "Poems of Zen Master Hui Ri Yong Ming Jueshou Living in the Mountains" (published by the Jiangbei Sutra Bureau in the 11th year of Guangxu's reign in the Qing Dynasty), with reference to the "Anthology of Ancient and Modern Zen" (collected by Ming Shi Zhengmian and Shi Xingxing) (referred to as "Zen Algae Collection"). In addition, some poems and verses were compiled from books such as "Jingde Chuan Deng Lu", "Wudeng Huiyuan", "Selected Poems of Eminent Monks of Zengguang Sheng Song Dynasty", "Jiatai Kuaiji Chronicles" and other books, and are attached at the end of the volume.
Meng Binyu Meng Binyu, whose courtesy name was Guoyi and whose name was Yufengsou (Volume 8 of "Jiangnan Wild Records"), was from Lianzhou (now Guangdong). He became a Jinshi in the ninth year of Tianfu of the Later Jin Dynasty (944) (Wang Yucheng's "Preface to the Poetry Collection of Meng Shuibu"). He was once appointed by the Meng family and worked for Lingling. In the Southern Tang Dynasty, he was granted the Fengcheng Book and moved to Ganyang. Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty brought peace and prosperity to the country, and returned to Laolian (the fifth volume of the first volume of "Shihua Zonggui" quoted from "Series of Yayan"). He died at the age of eighty-three. There was "Jin'ao Collection", which has been lost. There is a biography in Volume 23 of "Book of the Southern Tang Dynasty". Here are ten poems recorded.
Jia Jue Jia Jue, courtesy name Zhongbao, was from Nanpi, Cangzhou (now part of Hebei Province). He became a Jinshi in the third year of Tianfu in the Later Jin Dynasty (938). In the first year of Qiande, Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty (963), he was sentenced to a certain state in Hunan by a doctor from the Ministry of Punishment (Volume 4 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). Wai Lang, a member of the Zhongshui Department, knew Junyi County. He died at the age of seventy. The matter can be found in the "Jia Huangzhong Biography" in Volume 265 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Guo Congyi Guo Congyi (909-971) was first from the Shatuo tribe and later came from Taiyuan (now part of Shanxi). His father Shao Gu, who lived in the Tang Dynasty after the Tang Dynasty, gave him the surname Li. At the beginning of Tianfu in the Later Jin Dynasty, his surname was restored to Guo. He served in the Later Tang, Later Jin, Later Han and later Zhou dynasties. After entering the Song Dynasty, he guarded the Zhongshu Order. In the second year of Emperor Qiande's reign (964), he served as the envoy of Yin in Hezhong and the National Protectorate Army. In the second year of Kaibao (969), he was changed to the general of Zuo Jinwu Guard. Over the years, he became an official as the Crown Prince and Grand Master. He died four years later at the age of sixty-three. There is a biography in Volume 252 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Song Wen Gu Song Wengu was the father of Shi. He became a Jinshi in Tianfu Middle School of the Later Jin Dynasty. He moved to the right to supplement the palace, and became the minister of the Ministry of Industry. The matter can be found in the "Song Gong Shinto Inscriptions" in Volume 8 of "Wuyi New Collection".
Ma Zhigong Ma Zhigong, Emperor Taizong, first entered the secret pavilion when Taiping rejuvenated the country (Volume 23 of "Book of the Southern Tang Dynasty" "Meng Binyu Biography"), and later learned about Jizhou (Volume 5 of the first volume of "Shihua Zonggui").
Tan Yongzhi Tan Yongzhi, Zi Zangyong. He was born in the late Five Dynasties and was good at poetry. After entering the Song Dynasty, his official career was not successful ("Song History" Volume 439 "Zheng Qi Biography"). There is a volume of poems, which has been lost. There are forty poems recorded today.
Nanchang Old Man An old woman from Nanchang, whose name is unknown, came from the Southern Tang Dynasty to the Song Dynasty.
Shi Xuanying Shi Xuanying (910-975), whose common surname was Wu, was from Jinjiang, Quanzhou (now Quanzhou, Fujian). He lived in Baoyuanyuan, Zhangzhou, and was called Zen Master Xuanying Dinghui. Taizu bestowed upon him the title of Master in Purple Clothes. Kaibao died in the eighth year of his reign at the age of sixty-six. There is a biography in Volume 24 of "Jingde Zhuan Deng Lu".
Hu Yan Hu Yan, named Yunfeng, was originally from Luling (now Ji'an, Jiangxi). Born in Houliang. In the early Song Dynasty, he practiced medicine in Boluo (now part of Guangdong) and settled there. Master Bai Yuchan. The matter can be found in Volume 5 of "Luofu Mountain Chronicles". I’ve recorded two poems today.
Fan Zhi Fan Zhi (911-964), courtesy name Wensu, was born in Zongcheng (now east of Weixian County, Hebei Province). Later Tang Mingzong became a Jinshi in the fourth year of Changxing's reign (933). He served as an official in the Later Jin, Later Han, and later Zhou dynasties, and was granted the title of Duke of Xiao. In the Song Dynasty, in the first year of Jianlong of Taizu (960), Daizhong and Youpushe were added, and they were also ministers and Pingzhangshi (Volume 1 of Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian). In the first year of Qiande (963), he was granted the title of Duke of Lu (ibid., Volume 4). In the second year, he ceased to be the crown prince and tutor. He died at the age of fifty-four. There are thirty volumes of "Fan Lu Gong Ji" (Volume 19 of "Jun Zhai Shu Zhi"), which has been lost. There is a biography in Volume 249 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I’ve recorded two poems today.
Shi Ding Yu Shi Dingyu (? ~ 968), who entered the Song Dynasty during the Five Dynasties, died in the sixth year of Qiande, the ancestor of Taizu. The matter can be seen in Volume 45 of Xianyou County Chronicles written by Tongzhi of the Qing Dynasty.
Sun Guangxian Sun Guangxian (? ~ 968), whose courtesy name was Mengwen and whose name was Baoguangzi, was from Guiping, Lingzhou (now northeast of Renshou, Sichuan). In the third year of Nanping's reign, he served as the deputy envoy of Jingnan Festival, Chaoyilang, and the secretary of the school inspection, and was tested as the censor Zhongcheng. After entering the Song Dynasty, he became the governor of Huangzhou. Taizu died in the sixth year of Qiande. He is the author of "Beimeng Suoyan", "Jingtai Collection", "Juzhai Collection", etc., among which only "Beimeng Suoyan" has been handed down to the world. There are biographies in Volume 483 of "History of the Song Dynasty" and Volume 102 of "Ten Kingdoms Spring and Autumn". There are nine poems recorded today.
Shi Yongan Shi Yong'an (911-974), whose common surname was Weng, was from Yongjia, Wenzhou (now part of Zhejiang). Lives in Baoen Temple, Hangzhou. Taizu died in the seventh year of Kaibao at the age of sixty-four. There is a biography in Volume 28 of "The Biography of Eminent Monks of the Song Dynasty".
Liu Dong Liu Dong (? ~ 975) lived in Lushan during the Southern Tang Dynasty. His later master summoned him and offered him hundreds of poems, but he did not repay him and returned him. Song Taizu died in the eighth year of Kaibao. The matter can be found in Volume 1 of Luling Poems.
River View Room Jiang Jingfang, courtesy name Hanchen (Volume 9 of "Character Chronicles" of Kaihua County Chronicles by Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty), was born in Changshan, Quzhou (now part of Zhejiang). He first served as an official in Wuyue and served as a censor. After entering the Song Dynasty, he became Qinshui Wei. The incident can be found in Volume 18 of "Beishan Xiaoji", "Notes on the Reconstruction of Bao'an Yuan in Changshan County, Quzhou".
Yang Kerang Yang Kerang (912-980), named Qingsun, was born in Feng Yi, Tongzhou (now Dali, Shaanxi Province). He served as an official in the Later Han Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty. In the Song Dynasty, he served as Zuo Buque, in charge of Qikou and cargo affairs. Taizu learned about Guozhou in the sixth year of Qiande (968). In the third year of Kaibao's reign (970), he served as the deputy transport envoy to Xichuan. Later, he was promoted to the prefecture. In the early days of the Taiping and the rejuvenation of the country, Emperor Taizong was appointed as a doctor in the Ministry of Punishment and became a member of the Daming Mansion. Later, he served as the transshipment envoy for the Southwest Road of Liangzhe and Zhejiang Provinces. In the fourth year of his reign (1979), he moved to Guangzhou and served as the transport envoy to the city. He died five years ago at the age of sixty-nine. There is a biography in Volume 270 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Dou Yi Dou Yi (914-966), whose courtesy name is Ke Xiang, was born in Yuyang, Jizhou (today's Ji County, Jin). He became a Jinshi in Tianfu Middle School of the Later Jin Dynasty. He served as an official in the Later Han Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty, reaching the rank of bachelor of Hanlin Academy and minister of the Ministry of War. In the first year of Jianlong of the Song Dynasty (960), Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty moved to be the Minister of the Ministry of Industry, and also the judge of Dali Temple. He then entered the Imperial Academy as a bachelor. In the second year of Qiande (964), he was appointed Minister of Rites. In the fourth year of the imperial examination, he died in winter at the age of fifty-three. There is a biography in Volume 263 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I’ve recorded two poems today.
Zhao Wendu Zhao Wendu (914-974), whose real name was Hong, was changed to avoid the Yin taboo of Zhao Hong, the great grandfather of the Song Dynasty. He was a native of Yuyang, Jizhou (today's Ji County, Jinzhou), or Qingzhou (today's Yidu, Shandong). He became a Jinshi in the third year of Qingtai in the Later Tang Dynasty (936) (Volume 7 of "Mianshui Yan Tan Lu"). He served as an official in the later Tang and later Han Dynasties. Entering the Song Dynasty, in the second year of Kaibao (969) of Taizu, he was awarded the title of Tutor of the School and the Governor of the Anguo Army. He also moved to Zhenhuazhou and Yaozhou. Kaibao died in the seventh year of his reign at the age of sixty-one. There is a "Travel Collection", which has been lost. There is a biography in Volume 482 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I’ve recorded two poems today.
He Chengyu He Chengyu, courtesy name Shijin (Supplement to the Chronicles of Song Poems), was born in Qujiang, Shaozhou (now Shaoguan, Guangdong) (Volume 5 of the Supplement to the History of the Five Dynasties). In the later Jin Dynasty, Tianfu became a Jinshi. When he was tired of official duties, he wrote Zuo Lang and went to the History Museum. He became the magistrate of Yuxi and Xianyang counties. In the third year of Kaibao's reign (970), Taizu of the Song Dynasty, he became the censor of the Jingyang Order. I have served as a censor for many years, and I have known the three states of Zhong, Wan and Shang. Taizong died during the Taiping and Xingguo period. There is a biography in Volume 439 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Hu Meng Hu Meng (915-986), courtesy name Riyong, was born in Anci, Youzhou (now part of Hebei Province). He became a Jinshi in Tianfu Middle School of the Later Jin Dynasty. After serving as an official in the Later Han and Later Zhou Dynasties, he served as an official to the right to collect relics, direct the History Museum, and know how to make imperial edicts. In the Song Dynasty, he moved from Zhongshushe to become a Hanlin bachelor. In the first year of Emperor Qiande's reign (963), he was deposed as Crown Prince Zuo Zanshan (Volume 22 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). In the sixth year, he regained his knowledge and made imperial edicts and compiled them in the History Museum. In the ninth year of Kaibao's reign (976), he came to know Jiangling Mansion. When Taizong came to the throne, he summoned Zhongshusheren and restored him to the Imperial Academy. In the fourth year of Taiping and Xingguo's reign (979), he was transferred to the Minister of Household Affairs and received the imperial edict. In the third year of Yongxi's reign, he became an official as Minister of the Ministry of Industry and died at the age of seventy-two. There are twenty volumes of "Aoshan Collection", which have been lost. There is a biography in Volume 269 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Shi Daozhen Shi Daozhen, whose common surname was Zhang, became a monk in Sanjie Temple in Shazhou (now Dunhuang, Gansu) (Dunhuang posthumous document Stein 3147). At the age of 19, he studied the Sutra of Buddha's Names (Beijing Library, 88 characters). In the fifth year of Changxing's reign in the later Tang Dynasty (934), he became a monk and compiled the Catalog of Sutras in the Sanjie Temple (Dunhuang Academy 345). In the first year of Qianyou of the Later Han Dynasty (948), he was the master of Guanyin Temple of Sanjie Temple and rebuilt an ancient cave north of the southern statue of Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang. For three years, he served as a Buddhist monk in Shazhou. In the third year of Xiande of the Later Zhou Dynasty (956), he began to teach disciples and give precepts (Stein 347). In the fourth year of Yongxi's reign (987), Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty, he was appointed as the capital of Shazhou (Stein 4915) and died in office. There are two fragments of the Dunhuang posthumous manuscripts, two pieces of writing and six poems. There are six poems recorded today.
Purple Shirt Purple-clothed Master, his life story is unknown. According to "Qiu Chi Notes", he should be from the early Song Dynasty at the same time as Wang Quanbin. Wang Quanbin died around the end of Taizu Kaibao's reign (see the biography in Volume 255 of "History of the Song Dynasty").
Song Wenshu Song Wenshu was born in Jingzhao Chang'an (now Xi'an, Shaanxi). In the later Jin Dynasty, he was a Jinshi and an official official. During the reign of Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty, the official Zuo picked up the artifacts and learned about Yaozhou's military affairs. Zhong Qi Lang ("Dongdu Shi Lue" Volume 37 "Song Shi Biography"). See the "Song Shi Biography" in Volume 287 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Shi Yincan Shi Yincan was at the same time as Xu Xuan (Volume 33 of Yinchuang Miscellaneous Records).
Xu Xuan Xu Xuan (917-992), courtesy name Dingchen, was born in Guangling (now Yangzhou, Jiangsu). In his early years, he was as famous as Han Xizai. Jiangdong called him "Han Xu", and he and his younger brother Kai were called "Er Xu". He served in the Southern Tang Dynasty and became the Minister of the Ministry of Personnel. After entering the Song Dynasty, he served as the prince's commander. At the beginning of Taizong's reign of peace and rejuvenation of the country, he directly studied at the Academy of Sciences. In the eighth year (983), he became a regular attendant on the right Sanqi and moved to the left. In the second year of Chunhua (991), Dao'an, a female monk from Luzhou, was framed and demoted to Sima Jingnan, Marching Army. Three years later, he died in Pizhou at the age of seventy-six. He is the author of thirty volumes of collected works, as well as "Jishen Lu" (one version is said to be written by his disciple Kuai Liang), "Questioning Theory" and so on. There is a biography in Volume 441 of "History of the Song Dynasty". There are seven volumes of Xu Xuan's poems, which can be found in the 30-volume "Collected Works of Xu Gong" (also known as "Qi Province Collection"), Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 21, and 22. Today, the Sibu Congkan is a photocopy of the Qing Dynasty Huang Pilie's version of the Song Dynasty (30 volumes of "Collected Works of Xu Gong") as the base, and the photocopied version of Wenyuange's "Siku Quanshu" (30 volumes of "Qi Province Collection", referred to as Siku This edition), the Song and Mingzhou editions of "Si Bu Yao Yao" (thirty volumes of "Qi Sheng Ji", referred to as the Yao edition), Xu Naichang's filmed Song reprint edition (thirty volumes of "Xu Gong's Collection", referred to as the Xu edition), with reference to " The poems collected in "Complete Poems of the Tang Dynasty" (printed by Zhonghua Book Company) and "Yuhu Qinghua" (printed by Zhonghua Book Company). He also recorded poems outside the collection from "Dongxuan Notes" (printed version by Zhonghua Book Company) and compiled them at the end of the volume.
Song Qi Song Qi (917-996), courtesy name Shubao, was from Ji, Youzhou (now part of Beijing). In the sixth year of Tianfu in the Later Jin Dynasty (941), the Khitan held a tribute examination, and Qi passed the examination. He became an official in the Jin and later Zhou dynasties. In the fourth year of Qiande (966), Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty, he summoned Zuo Buque and promoted him to the official position in Kaifeng Prefecture. He went out to know Longzhou and Langzhou. In the third year of Emperor Taizong's reign of peace and rejuvenation of the country (978), he granted the prince the title of horse-washing. In the eighth year, he changed his position to admonish the officials and participate in political affairs. He moved to the position of Minister of the Ministry of Punishment and paid homage to Pingzhangshi. In the ninth year, he became a minister under his family and a bachelor of Zhaowen Hall. Resign and keep your position. At the beginning of Duan Gong, he entered the Ministry of Personnel as Minister. In the second year of Dao's reign, he worshiped his right servant and died at the age of eighty. Posthumous title Hui'an. There is a biography in Volume 264 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Zhao Feng Zhao Feng (? ~ 975), named Changfu, was born in Huairong, Guizhou (now Huailai, Hebei Province). Qianyou of the Later Han Dynasty became a Jinshi. He served as an official in the Later Han Dynasty and later Zhou Dynasty, and became a doctor in the Ministry of Water, where he knew how to make imperial edicts. In the early Song Dynasty, he paid homage to Zhongshushe. In the first year of Emperor Qiande's reign (963), he was granted the title of Langzhong and Zhizhigao, the official of the capital. In the second year, he was appointed as a privy scholar and appointed as a minister from the left to admonish the officials. Three years later, he came out of Langzhou. Returned on behalf of others and moved to Shizhong. He died in the eighth year of Kaibao's reign. There is a biography in Volume 270 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Bian Zhen Bian Zhen was born in Chengdu, Yizhou (now part of Sichuan). He was promoted to a Jinshi of Shu and became a judge of Yuzhou. After entering the Song Dynasty, he still held his post, and eventually joined the army in Guozhou. The matter can be found in the "Biography of Bian Gun" in Volume 277 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Gou Lingxuan Gou Lingxuan was a native of Chengdu (now part of Sichuan) and a lay scholar of Later Shu (Volume 3 of "Maoting Guest Talk"). There are "Fire Lotus Collection", "Kang Dao Miscellanies", etc., all of which are lost.
Guo Tingwei Guo Tingwei (919-972), courtesy name Xinchen, was born in Pengcheng, Xuzhou (now Xuzhou, Jiangsu). He first served in the Southern Tang Dynasty and later in the Zhou Dynasty. Entering the Song Dynasty, he knew Bozhou. In the second year of Emperor Qiande's reign (964), he was changed to Jiangzhou Defense Envoy. When the two rivers were at peace, Feng Zan knew Zizhou. Kaibao died in the fifth year of his reign at the age of fifty-four. There is a biography in Volume 271 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Shi Qinghuo Shi Qinghuo (? ~ 976) was born in Fuzhou (now Fujian). He lived in Kaiyuan Shangfangyuan in Quanzhou and stayed in Baofu Temple in Zhangzhou. In the third year of Jianlong's reign (962), Taizu resigned and returned to Guihu. The governor Chen Hongjin gave him a purple square robe and named him Zen Master Xingkong. Taizong died in the first year of Taiping and Xingguo. The matter can be found in Volume 65 of "Quanzhou Prefecture Chronicles". I’ve recorded two poems today.
Guo Zhongshu Guo Zhongshu (? ~ 1977), also known as Shuxian, is a national treasure (Volume 8 of "Xuanhe Painting Book"), from Luoyang, Henan (now part of Henan). After becoming an official, he became Dr. Guozi in Zhou Dynasty. In the second year of Jianlong's reign (961), Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty, he was demoted to the position of Sihu in Qianzhou and joined the army (Volume 2 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). When he was in charge, he was assigned to Lingwu. In the second year of Taiping and Xingguo's reign (977), Emperor Taizong was granted the title of Director of the Imperial Academy (ibid., Volume 18). He sat drinking and talking about current affairs, and was exiled to Dengzhou, where he died in Linyi, Qizhou. There are biographies in Volume 113 of "Dongdu Shilue" and Volume 442 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I have recorded four poems today.
Wang Shiyuan Wang Shiyuan was born in Wanqiu, Runan (now Huaiyang, Henan) (Volume 3 of Tuhua Baojian). The son of King Renshou of the Later Jin Dynasty. He is good at painting and is friends with Dr. Guo Zhongshu. Officials stopped and counties promoted officials (Volume 11 of "Xuanhe Painting Book"). Another Wang Shiyuan, Zhezong Yuanfu's second year (1099), was banned from serving as a servant (Volume 507 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). The author of the recorded poems cannot be determined and will be examined soon.
Zheng Qi Zheng Qi, courtesy name Menglong. Promote Jinshi. In the later Zhou Dynasty, Guangshun was initially appointed as the Wei clan official and served as the censor in the official palace. In the early Qiande period of the Song Dynasty, Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty took charge of Sizhou City and was appointed as the Hexi Order (Volume 4 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). There is a biography in Volume 439 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Shi Zhanning Shi Zanning (919-1001), whose common surname was Gao, was from Deqing, Wuxing (now Zhejiang). Tianyou was born in the 16th year of the Later Tang Dynasty. He became a monk in Tianchengzhong and entered Tiantai Mountain for the first time in the Qing Dynasty ("The Collection of Small Animals", Volume 20, "The Preface to the Collected Works of Master Tonghui" written by Zuojie Monk). The law of Tongnan Mountain was called "Lvhu" by people at that time. In Wuyuezhong, he was established as the monks of the two Zhejiang provinces and given the title of Mingyi Zongwen. In the Song Dynasty, he was given the title of Master Tonghui. He served as the first lecturer in Chubuzuo Street and knew the affairs of Xijing sect. In the first year of Xianping of Zhenzong (998), he was recorded by monk Chongyou Street. In three years, he moved to Zuo Street (Volume 70 of Xianchun Lin'an Chronicle). He died in the fourth year at the age of eighty-three (Volume 6 of "Shi Shi's Suspicious Years Record"). It is said that he died in the second year of Xianping (Volume 4 of "Shi Shi Ji Gu Lue"). In the fourth year of Chongning reign of Emperor Huizong (1105), he was given the posthumous title of Yuanming. There are 152 volumes of "Internal Code Collection" and 49 volumes of "External Code Collection". There are biographies such as "A Brief Story of Eminent Monks in West Lake". There are eight poems recorded today.
Tianmu Monk Tianmu Monk, at the same time as Zanning.
Shi Kexun Shi Kexun, whose common surname was Zhu, was from Jianzhou (now Jianou, Fujian). He is the ninth generation under Qingyuan and the heir of Zen Master Qingliangyi. Lives in Xingfuyuan, Xuanzhou. In the fourth year of Emperor Taizong's Taiping and Xingguo reign (979), he tried to summon him (Volume 31 of Jiaqing's "Ning Guofu Zhi" of the Qing Dynasty). There is a biography in Volume 10 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Xu Jian Xu Jian, a native of Jiangzuo. In his early years, he was engaged in current affairs in the Southern Tang Dynasty. He did not see any courtesy and returned home with his clothes on his back. He mostly lives in Sanmao Mountain and travels between Juqu and Lufu. Xiao Ran does not take care of anyone. Song Zhen, Song Jingdezhong, died in Jinling (Volume 2 of "Jiangnan Yu Zai"). There are nine poems recorded today.
Wen Desong Wen Desong was a native of Fucheng (now Santai, Sichuan). He lived in Wucheng Mountain and served as an official during the reign of Taizu (Volume 154 of Yu Di Ji Sheng).
Huang Ziling Huang Ziling, whose courtesy name was Wei, was from Luoyang (now part of Henan) (Volume 95 of "Ten Kingdoms Spring and Autumn"). During the Five Dynasties, he followed his father to Fujian and lived in Dongguan Mountain, Jianyang. Entering the Song Dynasty, he became an official and served as a censor. The incident can be found in Volume 7 of Jianyang County Chronicles written by Jiajing of the Ming Dynasty.
Shi Xiaorong Shi Xiaorong (920-990), whose common surname was Deng, was from Wenzhou (now Zhejiang). He first lived in Jingfuyuan, Fuyang, Hangzhou, and then lived in Longce Temple. He was the tenth generation under Qingyuan and heir to the master of Shao Kingdom in Tiantai. Taizong died in the first year of Chunhua at the age of seventy-one (Volume 26 of "Jingde Chuandeng Lu"). Now I record two verses.
Pan Ruochong Pan Ruochong was a member of the Chu Ma family in his early years (Volume 17 of "Old Collection of Yuanxiangqi"). In the early years of the Taiping and the rejuvenation of the country, Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty took an official position in Guilin. In the sixth year (981), Yiyou praised the good doctor and awarded Weiyang Tongli ("Chongdao Palace Stele Inscription" in Volume 26 of "Qi Sheng Ji"). At the beginning of the Yongxi reign, Lingling was known (Volume 14 of "Lingling County Chronicles" by Jiaqing of the Qing Dynasty). I have recorded five poems today.
Dou Yan Dou Yan, whose courtesy name was Wangzhi, was from Yuyang, Jizhou (today's Ji County, Jin). After winning the title, he was promoted to Jinshi in the sixth year of Tianfu in the Later Jin Dynasty (941). He served as an official in the Later Han Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty. He was a scholar of Zhongshu and a bachelor of Hanlin. In the early Song Dynasty, he was transferred to the Minister of Rites and also judged Taichang Temple affairs. Taizu conquered Ze and Lu, but he refused to comply due to illness and died at the age of forty-two. There is a biography in Volume 263 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Shi Daochang Shi Daochang (? ~ 991) lived in Dazhiyuan, Baizhangshan, Hongzhou (now Nanchang, Jiangxi). He became a monk according to this mountain. Later, he asked to return to this mountain to be the abbot and become the eleventh life. Taizong died in the second year of Chunhua. There is a biography in Volume 25 of "Jingde Zhuan Deng Lu".
Yang Huizhi Yang Huizhi (921-1000), named Zhongyou, was born in Pucheng, Jianzhou (now Fujian). In the second year of Xiande of the Later Zhou Dynasty (955), he became a Jinshi (Volume 115 of "Old History of the Five Dynasties"). In the early Qiande period of the Song Dynasty, Emperor Taizu of the Song Dynasty, under the command of Tianxing and Emei, regained knowledge of the whole state, moved to the left to collect relics, and to the right to repair the que. At the beginning of the Taiping and the rejuvenation of the country, Taizong served as the censor. Moved to the doctor of the Second Department of Punishment and Bing. At the beginning of Duan Gong, he paid homage to Zuo Jianyi, the official, and went out to Xuzhou. In the fifth year of Chunhua (994), he served as the judge of Kaifeng Mansion (Volume 36 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). Moved to Shizhong, Minister of Industry, Privy Councilor and Secretary Supervisor. In the first year of Xianping of Zhenzong (998), he was changed to Minister of the Ministry of War and still served as Secretary and Supervisor. In the second year, he studied as a bachelor in Hanlin Academy. He died in the first month of the third year at the age of eighty. Posthumous title: Wenzhuang (ibid., Volume 46). There is a biography in Volume 296 of "History of the Song Dynasty". There are nine poems recorded today.
Wang Pu Wang Pu (922-982), courtesy name Qiwu, was born in Qi County, Bingzhou (now part of Shanxi). He became a Jinshi in the second year of Qianyou of the Later Han Dynasty (949). After serving in the Han Dynasty and Zhou Dynasty, he became the Minister of Zhongshu and Pingzhangshi. After entering the Song Dynasty, he was promoted to Sikong. In the second year of Emperor Qiande's reign (964), he ceased to be the crown prince and Taibao. In five years, the prince and tutor were added. In the second year of Kaibao's reign (969), he was moved to the position of Crown Prince and Grand Master. At the beginning of the Taiping and the rejuvenation of the country, Emperor Taizong was granted the title of Duke of Qi. He died in August of the seventh year at the age of sixty-one. Posthumous documents. There is a biography in Volume 249 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I have recorded three poems today.
Shi Zhiqin Shi Zhiqin lived in Zining Puwen Temple in Taizhou. The tenth generation under Qingyuan, heir to the master of Shao Kingdom in Tiantai. Taizong died in the early years of Chunhua. The matter can be found in Volume 10 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Shi Yuan Shi Yu'an (? ~ 992), whose common surname was Shen, was from Qiantang (now Hangzhou, Zhejiang). The tenth generation under Qingyuan, heir to the master of Shao Kingdom in Tiantai. Taizu Qiandezhong lived in Qingxinyuan, Beiguan, Hangzhou. In the seventh year of Kaibao (974), he moved to Guangqing Temple and was named Zen Master Shanzhi. In the third year of Emperor Taizong's reign of Taiping and Xingguo (978), he was given the title of Master Langzhi in Zifu Hall. He died in the third year of Chunhua. The matter can be found in Volume 26 of "Jingde Zhuan Deng Lu", Volume 10 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan", and Volume 70 of "Xian Chun Lin'an Zhi".
Shi Haiyin Shi Haiyin is called Zen Master Wenqing Haiyin. He lived in Yunju, Kangjun, Nankang. He was the tenth generation under Qingyuan and the heir of Zen master Yun Gai Yong. The matter can be found in Volume 15 of "Wu Deng Hui Yuan".
Zhao Pu Zhao Pu (922-992), whose courtesy name was Zeping, was from Ji, Youzhou (now Beijing). After the official Zhou Dynasty. In the Song Dynasty, in the first year of Jianlong of Taizu (960), he was appointed as the right admonition official (Volume 1 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). For three years, he served as the chief inspector of the school and as the privy envoy (ibid., Volume 3). In the second year of Qiande's reign (964), he served as a minister, Pingzhangshi, and a bachelor of Jixian Palace. In the sixth year of Kaibao's reign (973), he served as the governor of Heyang Sancheng Jiedu and Tongping Zhangshi (ibid., Volume 14). In the second year of Emperor Taizong's reign of Taiping and Xingguo (977), he was called as the crown prince's Taibao. In the sixth year, he became a Situ and a servant, and was granted the title of Duke of Liang (ibid., Volume 22). In the eighth year, he was dismissed as the military governor of Wu Shengjun and also served as the minister. In the fourth year of Yongxi's reign (987), he moved to the east road of Shannan Province and was granted the title Xu Guogong. He died in the third year of Chunhua, at the age of seventy-one. Posthumous title Zhongxian. There is a biography in Volume 256 of "History of the Song Dynasty".
Zhou Wei Zhou Wei (923-999), courtesy name Dechen, was a native of Gongcheng, Zhaozhou (now part of Guangxi). In the early days of Emperor Jianlong's reign, Taizu was granted a Jinshi background, and was assigned the title of Master of Brown and White Horse. In the first year of Qiande (963), he was promoted to a right-minded official (Volume 6 of "Xu Zi Zhi Tong Jian Chang Bian"). He was informed of Yongji County and was a general judge of Xingzhou. In the first year of Kaibao (968), Fengzhou was known and changed to Dizhou. In the second year of Emperor Taizong's reign of Taiping and Xingguo (977), he served as the deputy envoy to the states in Guangnan. He has known Yang, Bo and Songzhou. In the fifth year of Chunhua (994), he was added to the post of Fang Yuanwailang and was appointed as the transit envoy to Yizhou (ibid., Volume 35). He was also deposed as the deputy envoy of Zhangxin Army Jiedu. Zhenzong died in the second year of Xianping at the age of seventy-seven. There is a biography in Volume 304 of "History of the Song Dynasty". I have recorded three poems today.
Zhou Xin Zhou Xun, Wei's younger brother (Volume 2 of "Cantonese Poetry Search" according to "Lianzhou Chronicle"). I have recorded four poems today.

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