Li Ying (Eastern Han)

Li Ying (Chinese: 李膺; pinyin: Lǐ Yīng) (died 169) was a lineal descendant of Li Er (李耳), commonly thought to be Laozi's real name. Li Ying was governor of Henan Commandery. He was involved in a Partisan Prohibitions case and was killed in the second case.

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  • Fan, Ye (c. 5th Century). Book of the Later Han/Chapter 67 (in Chinese). Check date values in: |year= (help)