A Chinese Biographical Dictionary/An Ch'ung-hui

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9An Ch'ung-hui 安重誨. 10th cent. A.D. A faithful Minister and counsellor of the Emperor Li Ssŭ-yüan of the Later T'ang dynasty. He became the victim of political intrigue, and was put to death with his wife and two sons, regretting with his latest breath only that he had not been able to purge the empire of Li Ts'ung-ko. See Ch'ien Liu.