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Ai Pu 艾璞 애박
(아이푸)
A native of Nanchang 南昌, Jiangxi 江西; a jinshi of 1481. He was appointed Vice Censor-in-Chief of the Right 右副都御史 and concurrent Grand Coordinator of Su-Song 巡撫蘇松 in the eighteenth year (1505) of the Hongzhi 弘治 era, but was exiled to Hainan 海南 for offending powerful eunuch Liu Jin 劉瑾.  박(璞), 애(艾), 애천사(艾天使)
Ai Weixin 艾維新 애유신
(아이웨이신)
A secretary (主事) under Vice Minister of the Right (右侍郞) of the Ministry of War (兵部) Song Yingchang (宋應昌) who was dispatched to Joseon during the Imjin War(or Hideyoshi's Invasion). 애주사(艾主事), 유신(維新)
Aju 阿朮 아출
(아주)
Aju(阿朮, 1227~1287), a military general of the Mongols, was a grandson of Subutai and a son of Uriyanqadai. He beseiged Xiangyang(襄陽) for six years and finally sacked the city in 1273. In 1276, he captured Yang Prefecture(揚州) and Tai Prefecture(泰州) and killed the Song generals Li Tingzhi(李庭芝) and Jiang Cai(姜才). 아출(阿朮)
akdum 阿克敦 아극돈
(악둔)
Akedun(1685~1756) was a member of the Manchu Plain Blue Banner. He earned the presented scholar degree and became a historiographer in the 48th year of the Kangxi era. In the Yongcheng era, he served as acting Viceroy of Liangguang and the military governor of Guangzhou. In the Qianlong era, he served as Grand Guardian of the Heir Apparent and Assistant Grand Secretary in the Grand Secretariat. 극돈(克敦), 만)악둔(akdum)
Amüge 阿木哥 아목가
(에무게)
Amüge(阿木哥, ?~1324) was the eldest son of Darmabala(答剌麻八剌) who was the second son of the Heir Apparent Jingim(眞金). He was also an elder brother of Emperor Wuzong(武宗) and Emperor Renzong(仁宗) of the Yuan Dynasty. After Emperor Wuzong ascended to the throne, he was installed as the Prince of Wei(魏王), but in the reign of Emperor Renzong, he was exiled to Daecheongdo(大靑島) in Goryeo(高麗). His daughter, the Princess Caoguo(曹國長公主), married King Chungsuk(忠肅王) of Goryeo. 아목가(阿木哥), 위왕(魏王)
An Benli 安本立 안본립
(안번리)
One of the mobile corps commanders (遊擊) dispatched to Joseon during the Imjin War(or Hideyoshi's Invasion). 본립(本立)
An Hexinbo 安何心波 안하심파
(안허신보)
A Ming commoner who fled from the Jianzhou Jurchens to Joseon and was released to Liaodong (遼東) by the Joseon authorities in the first year (1470) of King Seongjong (成宗) of Joseon. 하심파(何心波)
An Jiangjun 安將軍 안장군
(안장쥔)
An Jiangjun(安將軍) was a commoner of the Ming Dynasty who was held as a prisoner by Jurchen(女眞) and later escaped to Joseon(朝鮮) during the reign of Seongjong(成宗). 안장군(安將軍), 장군(將軍)
An Jincang 安金莊[安金藏] 안금장
(안진창)
An Jincang(安金藏) was an official musician of the Tang dynasty. When the heir apparent Li Dan(李旦) was falsely accused of treason, he protested Li Dan's innocence by disembowelling himself. He was posthumously honored as Zhong(忠). 김장(金莊), 안금장(安金莊)
An Lushan 安祿山 안록산
(안루산)
An Lushan(安祿山, 703?-757) is said to have been of Sogdian and Tujue origins. Distinguishing himself in defending the northeastern border from the Khitan and other northern threats, he won the favor of Chancellor Li Linfu(李林甫) and Emperor Xuanzong(玄宗). After the death of Li Linfu, an intense rivalry between Yang Guozhong(楊國忠) and An eventually caused him to rebel against Tang and found the Yan(燕) Dynasty. The An Lushan Rebellion lasted from 755 to 763. In 757, after he was assassinated by his own son, An Qingxu(安慶緒), his Yan dynasty plunged into turmoil and eventually collapsed. 록산(祿山), 안록산(安祿山), 연랄왕(燕剌王)
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