Author:Chao Cuo

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Chao Cuo
(200 BCE – 154 BCE)
Chinese author, formerly romanized Ch'ao Ts'o. Native of Ying-ch'uan in Anhui, who rose under the Emperor Wên Ti of the Han dynasty to be chief tutor to the Heir Apparent. Blamed for unpopular decisions and executed.

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Works about Chao[edit]

  • Ch'ao Ts'o, from A Chinese Biographical Dictionary by Herbert A. Giles


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