The 230s decade ran from January 1, 230, to December 31, 239.

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  • April 21Xian of Han, Chinese emperor of the Han Dynasty (b. 181)
  • Li Miao (or Hannan), Chinese official and politician
  • Li Yan (or Li Ping), Chinese general and politician
  • Liu Yan (or Weishuo), Chinese general and politician
  • Liu Ye (or Ziyang), Chinese court adviser and politician
  • Pan Zhang (or Wengui), Chinese general and politician
  • Sun Huan (or Jiming), Chinese nobleman and general
  • Wei Yan (or Wenchang), Chinese general and politician
  • Xiahou Hui (or Yuanrong), Chinese noblewoman (b. 211)
  • Zhuge Liang, Chinese statesman and strategist (b. 181)

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