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Qing Dynasty: Portrait Album of Famous Sages of the Past Dynasties. Zhuge Liang
Zhuge Liang (181-234), courtesy name Kongming, Wolong, was a native of Yangdu, Langya (present-day Yinan, Shandong), prime minister of the Shu Han dynasty during the Three Kingdoms period, and a marquis of Feng Wuxiang. After a lifetime, he "bowed down and died only", and was a representative figure of loyal ministers and wise men in traditional Chinese culture. Before his death, he wrote the "Book of Commandments", exhorting his son Zhuge Zhan, emphasizing "quiet self-cultivation, thrift to cultivate morality".
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