Yuan Shang

Yuan Shang (died 207), style name Xianfu (顯甫), was a warlord during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. He was the third son of the warlord Yuan Shao, and succeeded his father. In Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Yuan Shang was described as "strong but arrogant", and he was his father's favourite son.

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... chieftains Nanlou, Supuyan and Wuyan, Tadun aligned himself with the warlord Yuan Shao and had the Wuhuan help Yuan in the war against rival warlord Gongsun Zan ... Wuhuan chieftains, including Tadun, received imperial seals and ribbons from Yuan ... Following Tadun's ascension to become leader, relations between Yuan Shao and the Wuhuan became very close ...
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