Admin and founder of Gongjin's Campaign Memorials
- Chen Shou. 三國志 (Sānguó zhì).
- Fan Ye. 後漢書 (Hòu Hàn shū).
- Sima Guang. 資治通鑒 (Zīzhì tōngjiàn).
- Zhou Yuejiao. 三國志通俗演義 (Sānguózhì tōngsú yǎnyì).
- Cutter, Robert Joe. „Cao Zhi's (192-232) Symposium Poems.” Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 6 (1984): 1-32.
- Cutter, Robert Joe and William Gordon Crowell. Empresses and Consorts - Selections from Chen Shou's Records of the Three States with Pei Songzhi's Commentary. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1999.
- Cutter, Robert Joe. „On Reading Cao Zhi's "Three Good Men": Yong shi shi or Deng lin shi?” Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 11 (1989): 1-11.
- —. „The Death of Empress Zhen: Fiction and Historiography in Early Medieval China.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 5 (1992): 577-583.
- —. „The Incident at the Gate: Cao Zhi, the Succession, and Literary Fame.” T'oung Pao Second Series.71 (1985): 228-262.
- de Crespigny, Rafe. A Biographical Dictionary of Later Han to the Three Kingdoms (23 - 220 AD). Leiden: BRILL, 2007.
- —. „A Question of Loyalty.” Vers. 2. 2007. Australian National University.
- —. „An Outline of Civil Administration of the Later Han Empire.” Vers. 2. May 2007. Australian National University.
- —. Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling: being the Chronicle of the Later Han dynasty for the years 157 to 189 AD as recorded in Chapters 54 to 59 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1989.
- —. Generals of the South: the foundation and early history of the Three Kingdoms state of Wu. Canberra: The Australian National University, 1990.
- —. Man from the Margin: Cao Cao and the Three Kingdoms. 2004.
- —. „The Biography of Sun Jian.” Occasional Paper 5 (1966): 1-14.
- —. To Establish Peace: being the Chronicle of the Later Han dynasty for the years 189 to 220 AD as recorded in Chapters 59 to 69 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang. Canberra: Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 1996.
- Fang, Achilles. The Chronicle of the Three Kingdoms. Vol. I. Harvard University Press, 1952. 2 vols.
- —. The Chronicle of the Three Kingdoms. Vol. II. Harvard University Press, 1965. 2 vols.
- Farmer, J. Michael. „The Three Chaste Ones of Ba: Local Perspectives on the Yellow Turban Rebellion on the Chengdu Plain.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 125 (2005): 191-202.
- —. „What's in a Name? On the Appellative "Shu" in Early Medieval Chinese Historiography.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 121 (2001): 44-59.
- Fränkel, Hans H. „Cai Yan and the Poems Attributed to Her.” Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 5 (1983): 133-156.
- Goodman, Howard L. „Celestial-Master Taoism and the Founding of the Ts'ao-Wei Dynasty: The Li Fu Document.” Asia Major 7 (1994): 5-33.
- Goodrich, Chaunsey S. „Two Chapters of the Life of an Empress of the Later Han.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 25 (1964-1965): 165-177.
- Haloun, Gustav. „The Liang-chou Rebellion 184-221 A.D.” Asia Major 1 (1949): 119-132.
- Henry, Eric. „Chu-ko Liang in the Eyes of His Contemporaries.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (1992): 589-612.
- Herman, John. „The Kingdoms of Nanzhong.” T'oung Pao 95 (2009).
- Holzman, Donald. „Ts'ao Chih and the Immortals.” Asia Major 3 (1988): 15-57.
- Kandel, Barbara. Taiping Jing: The Origin and Transmission of the 'Scripture of General Welfare' -The History of an Unofficial Text-. Hamburg: OAG, 1979.
- Leban, Carl. Ts'ao Ts'ao and the Rise of Wei: The Early Years. Columbia University, Ph. D., 1971.
- Levy, Howard S. "The bifurcation of the Yellow Turbans in Later Han." Oriens 13-14 (1960-1961): 251-255.
- —. „Yellow Turban Religion and Rebellion at the End of Han.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 76 (1956): 214-227.
- Loewe, Michael. „The Orders of Aristocratic Rank in Han China.” T'oung Pao Second Series.48 (1960): 97-174.
- Louie, Kam. „Sexuality, Masculinity and Politics in Chinese Culture: The Case of the 'Sanguo' Hero Guan Yu.” Modern Asian Studies 4 (1999): 835-859.
- Mansvelt Beck, B. J. „The Date of the Taiping Jing.” T'oung Pao LXVI (1980): 149-182.
- Michaud, Paul. "The Yellow Turbans." Monumenta Serica XVII (1958): 47-127.
- Russell, Terence Craig. „The Poetry of Ts'ao Chih: A Critical Introduction.” Thesis. 1973.
- Sun, Tzu. The Art of War. Transl. Lionel Giles. 1910.
- Twitchett, Denis and John K. Fairbank. The Cambridge History of China. Vol. 1: The Ch'in and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220. Cambridge University Press, 2008.
- Yang, Lien-sheng. „Female Rulers in Imperial China.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 23 (1960-1961): 47-61.
- Rafe de Crespigny's Imperial Warlord: A Biography of Cao Cao (maybe)
- Carl Leban's Managing Heaven's Mandate: coded communication in the accession of Ts'ao P'ei
- Carl Leban's Sale of Office or 'Fines' in the Later Han: A Matter of Interpretation
- Howard L. Goodman's Ts'ao P'i Transcendent: The Political Culture of Dynasty-Founding in China
- Anything about the Twelve Regular Palace Attendants
My to-do listEdit
- List of cited works in Records of the Three Kingdoms - add more info and translations of titles.
- List of fictional people of the Three Kingdoms - double-check / add more names. Possibly add table.
- Expand Timeline of the Three Kingdoms
- Struggle against The Regular Attendants in 189 (finish second half)
- Liang Province Rebellion - split into multiple articles; add new summarizing article
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- Portal:Test for testing with full space
titles and translationsEdit
(first English = Rafe; second English = Cutter; third English = ???)
- Baopu zi "The Master Who Embraces Simplicity"'
- Bowu zhi "Records of Many Things"
- Cao Man zhuan
- Chenliu qijiu zhuan "Accounts of Venerable Men and Ancient Affairs of Chenliu"
- Chuguo xianxian zhuan "Accounts of Worthy Men of the Past of the Country of Chu"
- Dawen "Answers to Questions"
- Dian lüe "Authoritative Account"
- Diwang shiji "Annals by Generations of the Emperors and Kings"
- Gaoshi zhuan "Biographies of Eminent Gentlemen"
- Hainei xianxian zhuan "Accounts of Worthy Men of the Past Within the Seas"
- Han ji "Annals of Han"
- Han Ling-Xian erdi ji "Annals of the Two Emperors Ling and Xian of Han"
- Han-Jin chunqiu "Chronicle of Han and Jin"
- Hanmo yingxiong ji "Records of the Heroes and Champions at the End of Han"
- Hou Han ji "Records of Later Han"
- Hou Han shu "History of Later Han"
- Huayang guo zhi "Record of the Countries to the South of Mount Hua"
- Ji-Han mingchen zan "Eulogies of the Celebrated Ministers of Junior Han"
- Jiao-Guang erzhou chunqiu "Chronicle of the Two Provinces Jiao and Guang"
- Jiao-Guang ji "Records of Jiao and Guang"
- Jin ji "Annals of Jin" (not Records?)
- Jin shu "History of Jin" (not Book?)
- Jin yangqiu "Chronicle of Jin"
- Jiuzhou chunqiu "Spring and Autumn [Annals] of the Nine Provinces"
- Kongshi pu "Register of the Kong Clan"
- Kuaiji dianlu "Authoritative Record of Kuaiji"
- Lienü zhuan "Biographies of Exemplary Women"
- Lieyi zhuan "Accounts of Strange Things"
- Lingdi ji "Annals of Emperor Ling"
- Lingling xianxian zhuan "Accounts of the Worthy Men of the Past of Lingling"
- Lujiang Heshi jiazhuan "Account of the He Family of Lujiang"
- Lüshi shisong "Commemoration of the Generations of the Lü Clan"
- Lüshi zitang xiangzan "Eulogies for the Portraits in the Ancestral Temple of the Lü
- Mo ji "Private Records"
- Runan xianxian zhuan "Accounts of Worthy Men of the Past of Runan"
- Sanfu juelu "Evaluative Record of the Three Adjuncts"
- Shanyang gong zaiji "Parallel Annals of the Duke of Shanyang"
- Shenxian zhuan "Biographies of Spirits and Immortals"
- Shi ji "Records of the Historian"
- Soushen ji "Records of Enquiry about the Spirits"
- Wei lüe "Authoritative History of Wei"
- Wei mingchen zou "Memorials of the Celebrated Ministers of Wei"
- Wei shu "History of Wei"
- Wei-Jin shiyu "Tales of the Generations of Wei and Jin"
- Weishi chunqiu "Chronicle of the House of Wei"
- Wenshi zhuan "Biographies of Literary Gentlemen"
- Wu li "Calendar of Wu"
- Wu lu "Record of Wu"
- Wu shu "History of Wu"
- Wu xianxian zhuan "Accounts of Worthy Men of the Past of Wu"
- Xiandi chunqiu "Chronicle of Emperor Xian"
- Xiandi ji "Annals of Emperor Xian"
- Xiangyang ji "Records of Xiangyang"
- Xianxian xingzhuang "Conduct and Character of Worthy Men of the Past"
- Xianxian zhuan "Accounts of Worthy Men of the Past"
- Xu Han shu
- Xunshi jiazhuan "Account of the Xun Family"
- Yibu qijiu zhuan "Accounts of Venerable Men and Ancient Affairs of Yi Division"
- Yidu qijiu zhuan "Accounts of Venerable Men and Ancient Affairs of the Capital of
- Yitong ping "Comparisons and Criticisms"
- Yitong zayu "Comparisons and Comments"
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