Deng Tingzan

Deng Tingzan (Chinese: 鄧廷瓚) (d. 1500) was a politician of the Ming dynasty.

Deng Tingzan
鄧廷瓚
Died1500
OccupationMing dynasty official, Viceroy of Liangguang

Life and careerEdit

Deng Tingzan was born in Baling County (modern day Yueyang, Hunan).[1]

Entering service with the imperial examination in 1454, he first served as the county magistrate of Chun'an County in Zhejiang, and was then appointed to serve as a prefect in modern-day Guiyang, where he successfully suppressed local Miao rebellions.[1] Between 1495 and 1497, he was appointed as the Viceroy of Liangguang.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Zhang, Tingyu; et al. "Book 172". History of Ming.
Political offices
Preceded by Viceroy of Liangguang
1495–1497
Succeeded by