Jiang Qin

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Jiang Qin (died 219), style name Gongyi (公奕), was a military general serving under the warlord Sun Quan during the late Han Dynasty period of Chinese history. In Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Jiang Qin was a pirate at the time he joined Sun Quan's predecessor, Sun Ce. He participated in Sun Ce's conquests in Jiangdong and was greatly trusted by his lord. Jiang Qin also held many titles, including "Army Guard of the Right". After Lü Meng's invasion of Jing Province, Jiang Qin died of natural causes.


Early career

Jiang Qin was from Shouchun in Jiujiang Commandery. He was an attendant under Sun Ce when the latter departed Yuan Shu. When Sun Ce sailed east, Jiang Qin was appointed Senior Major (別部司馬) and given a military command. He accompanied Sun Ce on the latter's conquests in Jiangdong. After that he followed Sun Ce to conquer Yuzhang. Later, he was transferred to be Colonel of Geyang (葛陽尉) and then to govern three counties in turn. During his tenure, he vanquished some gangsters in his domain and was made Colonel of the West (西部尉). When the bandits Lü He and Qin Lang stirred up five prefectures in rebellion, Jiang Qin led troops to fight them, and captured the two rebels. As a result of his success, Jiang Qin was relocated and promoted as General of the Household Who Attacks Yue (討越中郎將). He was also given Jingqu and Zhaoyang as his fiefs.

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