A Chinese Biographical Dictionary/Chang Chün

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42Chang Chün 張駿 (T. 公庭). A.D. 301–346. Son of Chang Shih, and successor to Chang Mao. He declined to call himself Prince of Lianga, and nominally adhered to the Chin dynasty. He was an energetic and successful ruler, and greatly extended the domain of Liang. Canonised as 忠成.