YU HUAN (fl. 3rd century) was a historian of the state of Cao Wei
* 1 Works * 2 See also * 3 Footnotes * 4 References * 5 External links
Yu was a native of present-day Xi\'an ,
Neither of these works are extant, however a chapter of the Weilüe
was quoted as an extensive footnote to the Records of Three Kingdoms
Chen Shou ) in the (30th) section on the
According to the
Shitong (written by
Liu Zhiji during the Tang
Dynasty ), Yu was at one time the mayor of
In spite of the inclusion of earlier (and sometimes fanciful)
Weilüe contains much new, unique, and generally
trustworthy material. Most of it dates from the late second and early
third centuries CE. It is this new information that makes the Weilüe
such a valuable source. Much of it appears to date from the Eastern
* List of people of the
* ^ A B See Tongshi Vol. 12, by
Liu Zhiji (661-721).
* ^ A B C Hill (2004) Introduction.
* ^ Chavannes (1905), pages 519-520.
* ^ Lin Ying. “Ruler of the Treasure Country : the Image of the
* Ma Zhijie (1993). History of the Three Kingdoms: Yu Huan's Weilüe. Beijing: People's Publishing House. pp. 406–410. ISBN 7-01-001271-7 . * Zhang Xinglang (1977). Collected Historical Sources of the History of Contacts Between China and the West Vol.1 : Weilüe's Xirong on Daqin. Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju. pp. 38–43. ISBN 7-101-03030-0 . * Chavannes, Édouard (1905). Les pays d'occident d'après le Wei lio. T’oung pao Ser. 2:7. pp. 519–520. * Hill, John E. (2004). The Peoples of the West from the Weilüe 魏略 by Yu Huan 魚豢: A Third Century Chinese Account Composed between 239 and 265 CE. Draft annotated English translation. University of Washington.
* The Weilüe