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Zhang Ti (236–280), courtesy name Juxian, was an official of the state of Eastern Wu during the late Three Kingdoms period (220–280) of China. He was the last Imperial Chancellor of Wu. In 280, when the Jin dynasty invaded Wu as part of its strategy to reunify China under Jin rule, Zhang Ti led the Wu forces into battle to resist the Jin invasion. He was killed in action during a battle around present-day He and Dangtu counties in Anhui. In the same year, the Wu emperor Sun Hao surrendered to the Jin dynasty, thus bringing an end to the existence of Wu and the Three Kingdoms period.
|Imperial Chancellor (丞相)|
September or October 279 – 280
|Preceded by||Lu Kai and Wan Yu|
|Military Adviser (軍師)|
c. 270s – September or October 279
|Colonel of the Garrison Cavalry (屯騎校尉)|
He County or Dangtu County, Anhui
|Courtesy name||Juxian (巨先)|
|Peerage||Marquis of Shandu|
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