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 Upto11.net - Wikipedia Article for Yuan (family name)
Yuan (袁) is a Chinese surname, ranked 49th in the Baijiaxing.
It is known that the surname Yuan could be written in at least five different ways in Han times (袁 and 爰 being the most common), and they may have been used interchangeably in pre-Han times.
Yuan Shao dominated the lands north of the Yellow River until he was decisively defeated by the great Cao Cao at the Battle of Guandu in 200.
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 Yuan (surname) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yuan Shu (died 199): Commanders of the imperial guards of the Later Han, later a warlord and self-declared emperor of the abortive Cheng Dynasty.
Yuan Jiagu (1872-1973): librarian and academic; he was only man from Yunnan province ever to achieve first rank in the imperial examination.
Luke Chia-Liu Yuan (1912–2003): physicist, grandson of Yuan Shikai, and husband of prominent physicist Chien-Shiung Wu.
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 Family Name Origin Surname   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
One of the Yuan clan were descendants of Yuan Taotu was granted a feoff in Yangxia (mod.
In any case, prior to the unification of China, the concentration of the surname Yuan could be written in at least five different ways in Han times (and being the most common), and they may have been used interchangeably in pre-Han times.
Taikang, Henan province) and this evidently became the standardised representation of the surname to Yuan Taotu are said to have found their way to the unification of China, the concentration of the clan that must have diverged from Yuan Taotu's house by the state of Chen and the legendary Emperor Shun.
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 Yuan Shao (Benchu) - Sanguozhi (Records of the Three States) Biography - English Translation
The first individual of the Yuan clan to be mentioned by the standard histories is a certain Yuan Liang 袁良, grandfather of Yuan An, who held the minor post of Prefect 令 around CE 25 and risen to office for his learning in the Yi jing.
At the offset, the enthroning of the Son of Heaven 天子 [Emperor Xian 獻帝] was not the intention of Yuan Shao.
It is possible that at the time the Yuan clan held genealogies of their noble ancestry, since detailed pedigrees of the family have survived in a number of sources.
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 ooBdoo
For example, Yuan Taotu took the second character of his grandfather's style name Boyuan (伯爰) as his surname.
A 1987 study showed over 450 family names in common use in Beijing, but there were less than 300 family names in Fujian.
A study by geneticist Yuan Yida has found that of all the people with a particular surname its highest number can be found in a certain province, as seen at right.
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 Yuan Taotu - Famous Ancient Chinese People - Chinese
He is regarded as the ancestor of those surnamed Yuan (surname)Yuan (袁).
The next year, Yuan Taotu was sent as representative of Chen to Diquan, to renew the state's allegiance to the King of Zhou DynastyZhou and to consult about an invasion of Zheng (state)Zheng.
In the winter of that same year, the Chen heir-apparent met with other princes, witnessing the investiture of the Duke of Jin (state)Jin as hegemon.
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 China History Forum, chinese history forum > Shiji Chapter 32
As he went through Chen, Yuan Taotu of Chen fooled Qi.
These were Older Dame Wei, the mother of Wugui, Younger Dame Wei, the mother of Yuan, duke Hui, Dame Zheng, who gave birth to Zhao, duke of Xiao, Geying, who gave birth to Pan, duke of Zhao, Miji, the mother of Shangren, duke Yi and Huazi of Song, who was the mother of prince Yong.
Upon his death, the people of Qi dismissed his son, brought prince Yuan back from Wei, and put him on the throne.
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