Selway wrote:No, Liao Hua died after the fall of Shu around 263 AD. The yellow turban rebellion was of most consequence between 184-185 AD. Though the whole way of peace movement was already around before and little uprisings sprung up after the main conflict. So assuming Liao Hua fought with them during 184 and was say twenty at the time, though I seem to recall there being reason to think he was fairly young at the time maybe early teens, then he would have been somewhere around eighty when he died. Still pretty good for the time though
Marzy wrote:Well, Zhang Dun put forth the hypothetical. 80 something still isn't anything to sneeze at.
Though, I've never seen a credible record that put him anywhere before Guan Yu's defeat at Fancheng. If anyone knows if he may really have been wandering around sooner, I'm interested in hearing about it.
Zhang Dun wrote:When the winners write the history books, the losers are destined to (usually) fade into obscurity.
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