Guanqiu Xiu


Guanqiu Xiu

Chinese
t=毌丘秀
s=毋丘秀

Guanqiu Xiu an officer of Wei during the Three Kingdoms Period of China. Xiu was the younger brother of Guanqiu Jian. Xiu was also involved in the revolt of Jian. Following the defeat of Wen Qin however during this conflict, Xiu along with his brother both fled over to the Kingdom of Wu.

Personal information

* Brother
** Guanqiu Jian (毌丘儉)
* Nephews
** Guanqiu Dian (毌丘甸)
** Guanqiu Xun (毌丘旬)

ee also

*Three Kingdoms
*Personages of the Three Kingdoms
*"Records of Three Kingdoms"
*"Romance of the Three Kingdoms"


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