商姓在《百家姓》中排第319位。 2007年,该姓氏人口数量排在全国第300名之外。

追溯商姓的起源

第一个起源:源于斯姓,源于夏朝大臣商黑。 这是一个以祖先的名字为基础的姓氏。

夏朝时期,部落成员还是黑人。 无论是衣服、住房、器皿、牲畜、季节还是思想,黑色都是最有价值的颜色。 黑色也是最耐久、最成熟、最精致的颜色,因此一些医生干脆将其命名为黑色。 。

商黑的后裔中,有以祖名为姓的,称为商氏。 他们世代相传,是非常古老的姓氏之一。

第二个起源:源于姜姓,出自周朝开国功臣姜太公的后裔。 这是一个以祖先的名字为基础的姓氏。

据《元和姓氏汇编》、《万姓通谱》等史料记载,姜太公名商,字子牙。 因其祖先伯益曾协助大禹治水,被封为鲁侯,建立鲁国,故又名鲁尚,是炎帝的后裔。

姜尚是商末周初著名的军事家、政治家。 他曾在渭水之滨钓鱼,受周文王聘为辅相,史称太公王。

周武王姬发攻打商纣时,姜尚被任命为军帅(简称师),尊为尚父公,又称尚父太师。 在牧野之战中,他立下了歼灭敌人的巨大功劳,是周王朝的第一位开国功臣。

周成王济嵩年间,姜尚被辅臣周公旦封为齐国。 他建立齐国,建都营丘。 他被授予征伐五王九叔的特权,地位高于诸侯。

战国初期周安王姬角十六年(公元前386年),周安王正式封田和为齐侯,田氏正式取代齐国。 后来原齐国姜姓王室的一个分支,就从祖先姜商那里取姓,称为商父氏、商氏,后来都称为商氏,一直流传下来。世世代代。 商氏不少人尊姜商为得姓始祖。

第三种起源:起源于官职,出自战国时期的官方尚书,是以官衔为基础的姓氏。

尚书是战国时期秦国设立的第一个官职。 起初,它专门为君主保存文献、典籍、历史记录等。 秦朝时期,秦始皇在少府任命了四名官员,专门负责收发文书。 这四位官员都被称为尚书。

汉朝时期,汉高祖刘邦改革秦制,提高了尚书的政治地位,增加了尚书的权力,设立了专门的尚书台,设有尚书令。 正、副正下设主任四人,各曹设部长一名。 四曹负责国家各方面的政务。 东汉时又增加了两个部门,称为六曹,大臣有六人。

唐朝时期,建立了六部制,尚书令统辖六部,就像今天的宰相、宰相、尚书一样。 六司分别主管人事部、户部、礼部、兵部、刑部、工部,成为一个比较完整的统治机构。封建君主制。

元朝时,这六省划为中书省。 明朝时期,六大臣各自独立处理政务,直接向皇帝负责。

尚书、尚书令、尚书仆射等后裔中,有以先祖的官衔为姓的,称为尚氏,代代相传至今。 直至清代,仍有人以祖先的官衔改姓。

第四个起源:起源于官职。 出自秦朝五官。 这是一个基于官方头衔的姓氏。

秦始皇统一国家后,除尚书外,还设立了“季尚”五个官职,即尚仪、尚侍、上官、尚熙、尚穆,都有管理、责任的含义。并充电。 这六个官职其实就是内宫里管理衣食冠冕起居沐浴书籍的小官。

尚仪、尚氏、尚官、尚熙、尚穆的后裔中,有以祖先的官衔为姓的,称为尚氏,代代相传。一代代至今。

第五个起源:起源于官职。 出自汉代官方尚书郎之手。 这是一个基于官方头衔的姓氏。

尚书郎,又称尚书郎中,是西汉初期汉高祖刘邦所设的官职。 有四人,皆曰尚书郎,掌外事:一掌匈奴单于营,一掌管羌邑。 各部官员,一名主管全国户籍、开垦土地,一名主管钱帛贡委会等,均归尚书台管辖。

大臣不可能一步登基。 初入尚书郎中,称“尚书郎中”。 工作满一年,有能力者,称为“尚书郎”。 干事二年,无过错者,称为“尚书郎”。

西汉初期,汉朝与多民族战乱频繁,冯国不少官员叛乱。 尚书郎尽力应对各种变化的情况,不犯错误的少之又少。 因此,能够晋升“尚书尚书”的人屈指可数,不少人在“尚书阆中”的职位上被斩首。

尚书郎的后裔中,有以祖先的官衔为姓的,称为尚氏、郎氏,代代相传至今。

第六个起源:起源于官职。 它出自南北朝时期北齐政权的尚衣简。 这是一个基于官方头衔的姓氏。

尚衣监是南北朝时期北齐政权设立的官职,负责王公贵族的皇家袍服。 隋代改为尚仪局,明代改为尚仪监察使。 随后由太监(太监)监管,成为十二太监监之一。

尚义简的后裔中,有以祖先的官衔为姓的,称为尚义氏。 后来省文简化为单姓商氏、夷氏,世代相传至今。

第七个起源:起源于官职。 源于隋朝官员的升功,是以官衔为基础的姓氏。

上宫是隋朝时期隋炀帝隋炀帝设立的官职,领导尚仪局。 尚义局里有两个叫尚宫的人,官品都是五品以上。 到了唐代,他们晋升为五品,相当于今天的处长级别。

上工全面负责和监督女职工的工作。 下设司制、司震、司才、司机四个司室。 、色彩缤纷、缝纫等等,都被列入了尚工的名单。 这一官职在唐朝和明朝武则天时期都是为女官保留的,一直延续到清朝。

商宫后裔中,有以其祖先的官衔为姓的,称为商氏、宫氏,代代相传至今。

第八种起源:起源于鲜卑人,出自唐代鲜卑宇文部,汉化时改为姓氏。

据史书《姓氏概论》记载:“唐尚书右仆射与冯夷君王尚克古,为东方鲜卑宇文异种”。

隋唐时期,东方鲜卑人的宇文部之一,世代居住在松漠(今河北木兰围场至内蒙古克什克腾旗西南之间)。 唐玄宗李隆基年间,鲜卑人宇文克古率兵归附唐朝。 他骁勇善战,立下许多战功。 升为神策将军,被唐玄宗赐姓李。

唐德宗建中四年(公元783年),淮西刺史李希烈叛乱。 李克固恢复了原姓宇文。 在战斗中,他屡屡立下战功。 当时,靖远节度使姚令言也率领房丘兵叛乱,拥立长安的前平卢节度使朱泗称帝。 唐德宗李适匆忙赶往奉天,命宇文恪固率军前往蓝田救援。 当时,盗贼各方盛世,宇文恪独自在棋盘扎营,筑城门居住于此。 朱泗派遣大将军仇靖等率军入侵,被宇文恪固击败,随后乘胜收复蓝田县。

公元784年农历三月,宇文克古升任察工部尚书,兼监察御史,兼神策都城渭南商州节度使。 农历四月,仇靖再次入侵。 宇文恪率兵迅速出击,擒杀了丘靖。 于是,他联合神策营兵马使者和副元帅李胜,策划进攻长安。 农历五月,李胜率军与宇文恪固、罗元光会师,收复长安。 宇文克古担任先锋,战功颇丰。 因功升为检校右侍郎,封封邑亲王,封八百岁将军。 他实际上被赐予了200户,所以他按照官职所定的姓氏,称他为尚克古。

尚可诚实、单纯、坚忍。 虽然他为国家的复辟做出了巨大的贡献,但他却没有取得什么成就。 朱泗叛乱平息后,尚可独自率部驻扎百花阁。 他命令严明,不扰民,受到当时人们的称赞。 李升对他也很器重。 后来河中节度使李怀光叛乱。 唐德宗命尚可率军出击。 行至沙园时,尚可突然病倒,死在军中。

尚克古的后裔中,都以祖先汉代改来的姓氏为姓,称为尚氏,很快融入汉族,世代相传至今。

第九起源:起源于吐蕃部落。 它来自唐朝时期的吐蕃国家。 这是姓氏的汉化。

据史书《唐书》记载:“唐代,吐蕃国改姓为汉姓商,即玄宗时期投降唐藏土司的商延信氏”。

唐玄宗李辰大中二年(公元848年),河西富豪张议潮率领当地军民击败吐蕃,收复瓜州、沙州。 于是,他采取了长期战略,一边耕田、开垦一边训练军队。 兵马强大后,唐大中四年(公元850年)率部北上,一举攻克益州。 此后,他又西征,攻城战野,连克甘肃两州。

唐大中五年(公元851年)二月,张议超派弟弟张议谈到长安进贡瓜、沙、夷、奚、甘、肃等十一个州,兰、山、和、民、郭。 该版献给唐朝。 唐玄宗大喜,任命张议潮为沙州防御使。 农历十一月,又命河西张议潮部与唐朝义夷军会合。 升张议超为节度使兼十一州观察营、田地处置使,并授财政部长左仆射,谥二品。

唐大中十一年(公元857年)农历十月,吐蕃首领延信主动将和、卫两郡归还唐朝。 当时,商言信向秦城守使李成勋建议:“和魏两州地广人稀,因饥荒流行,唐人多内迁至三川,吐蕃也都逃到了断荡西边两千里远的地方,无人居住。燕信要见皇帝,就让诸将都迁往内陆,为唐朝人民服务,这样就再也没有人居住了。为西部地区沙尘警钟,他的贡献无愧于张议超。” 因此,唐朝对燕信非常自豪。 他称赞他,并赐他中国姓氏“商”,后来称为商延信。

懿宗咸通元年(公元860年),张议潮再次率起义军镇压吐蕃,吐蕃军退守凉州。 唐咸通二年(公元861年),张议超率汉藏联军七千骑兵,夜行长途袭古藏。 吐蕃军毫无防备,以为神兵从天而降。 他们吓得四散,然后一举攻克了凉州。 桀的信送到了长安,受到朝野的称赞。

唐咸通七年(公元866年),北亭回鹘首领蒲固浚驱逐吐蕃兵,收复汀州、西州,将两州归还张议潮。 农历十月,鲜卑拓跋怀光率五百人马冲入阔州,活捉了吐蕃首领。 伦怕热。 他先砍掉双脚,然后杀了几次,传到京城。 吐蕃残存数万军东奔秦州,商言信立即出兵将他们彻底击溃。 后来,商延信上报朝廷后,吐蕃人全部迁往岭南地区。 吐蕃王朝衰落,吐蕃王乞留胡俊及其大臣,不知何去何从。 从此,陇右之地西止义乌,东止灵武,获得土地四千余里。 唐朝天宝年间以来西域失去的土地全部收复。

商言信的后裔和族人中,常被称为商氏。 后来融入汉族,代代相传至今。

第十个起源:起源于官职。 是来自元代官员们还在喝酒的时候。 是汉化后以官衔为基础的姓氏。

商隐提点是元代商隐局的最高行政长官。 主管酿酒,隶属光禄寺管辖。 他的官衔是五品起。 他手下有一名大使和两名副使。 国家的酿酒业就是由这三个人管辖的,元朝灭亡后就没有这样的官员了。

大蒙古国雪禅汗博尔济斤、忽必烈汗中通元年至农历三月(公元1260年),元朝皇帝博尔济斤、忽必烈的统治结束与元顺帝博尔济进和至正二十八年(公元1368年,朱元璋元年)农历八月,结束元帝国一百零八年,元朝经历了包括商隐、提点在内,一共十一个人。 尚阴使二十七人,商隐副使四十余人。 如此富庶繁华的商印局,没有一个人受贿! 与今天相比,实在令人失望。

商殷提典、商殷使、商殷副使的子孙中,都以祖先的官衔为姓,称商。 后来大多融入汉族,代代相传至今。

第十一起源:起源于官职。 源于元代官员尚穆的提拔。 这是一个基于中文版官方头衔的姓氏。

上木提举是元代上木局的最高行政长官。 他负责畜牧业。 隶属宣徽院。 他的官衔是五品起。 其下属有同衔一人,副职一人。 都归这两人管辖。 元朝灭亡后,就没有这样的官员了。

尚母提举、尚母同提举、尚母副提举的后裔中,均取祖先的官衔,赐姓尚母。 后来大部分融入汉族,省语简化为单姓商。 相传一直流传至今。

第十二个起源:源于官职。 它出自元代为官的太监之口。 这是一个以中文官方头衔为基础的姓氏。

上社宦官是元代以后的最高行政长官,宋代上社局改为上社寺。 他负责畜牧业。 隶属宣会院,官品五品,下属尚舍少监数人。 元朝灭亡后,就没有这样的官员了。

上舍太监负责帐幔、帐篷的陈设,以及骆驼的饲养、奶酪的进贡等各项事务。

太监尚舍和小太监尚舍的后裔,都取了祖先的官衔,改姓,称为尚舍。 后来大多融入汉族,省语简化为单姓商,代代相传。

第十三起源:起源于琉球部落。 它出自明代琉球国君主尚巴之之手。 是皇帝赐予的姓氏。

桥本(1372-1439 AD)是西正王的儿子,母亲是美里的女儿。 他是古琉球王国的第二代国王。 他被誉为日本历史上的“新物强政王”。 他在位时间为公元 1421 年至 1439 年。

巴智年轻时就以才华闻名。 他接替父亲四少担任佐市府首席大臣。 明永乐四年(公元1406年)起兵,击败琉球群岛中山王武宁,夺取中山王位。 他在首里城(今日本九州冲绳)尊其父为名义中山王,亲自治理国家。 。

明永乐十四年(公元1416年),八支出兵灭北山国,任命次子尚忠为北山刺史。 明永乐二十年(公元1422年),其父四少去世,巴治正式继位,为琉球国王。 后来,明宣德四年(公元1429年),对南山国发动战争。 南山王塔鲁昧战败自杀,南山王国灭亡。 至此,巴氏真正统一了琉球王国。

明宣德五年(公元1430年),明宣宗朱瞻基正式承认八智统一琉球群岛,封他为中山王。 商霸之王”,第一个商朝正式建立。

正桥王在位期间,其父被追封为正西社王,后来又扩建了首里城,修建了那霸港。 当时的琉球王国与朱明王朝、李朝、日本、东南亚各国都有繁荣的贸易,为琉球王国的繁荣发展奠定了基础。 从此,商霸之王的后裔世代称为商氏。

直到清道光二十八年农历五月八日(公元1848年6月8日),年仅四岁的尚泰继承了琉球王位第二十五代。 清朝咸丰四年(公元1854年),腐败的满清政府在美国公使面前求情,允许美军马修·佩里率领舰队前往琉球群岛,并签订了无耻的《琉球条约》。 -美国修正条约。”

清咸丰五年(公元1855年),失去祖国中央政府支持的琉球王国与法国签订了《琉球修约条约》。

清咸丰九年(公元1859年),琉球王国与荷兰签订《琉球友好条约》。

清朝同治十年(日本明治四年,公元1871年)8月13日,丧权辱国的《中日修约条约》由李鸿章签订。内务大臣,琉球王国被日本政府强行占领。

“牡丹神社事件”后,日本明治天皇大室户之助(姬无欲)于清同济十一年(日本明治五年,公元1872年)宣布废除琉球国,并更名为“琉球域”。 清光绪五年(日本明治十二年,公元1879年),日本剥夺了尚泰的琉球王称号,将琉球藩改为日本冲绳县(第二次)。琉球处置)。 尚泰被明治天皇强行迁往冲绳。 东京,次子商隐、四子商顺后来返回冲绳。 日本当局颁布《中华令》后,尚泰被封为侯爵。

清光绪二十七年(日本明治三十四年,公元1901年),尚泰在东京病逝,享年五十九岁,葬于裕陵。冲绳县那霸市的陵墓。 从此,这个中国商氏家族就成为了今天著名的冲绳本怒商氏家族。

第十三起源:起源于景颇部落,明代时为景颇族木兰部落,汉化时改姓。

景颇族商姓起源于景颇族古木兰部。 后来明代返乡运动中,有人将姓改为汉字商姓,代代相传至今。

姓氏的始祖

尚黑、尚富(江尚)、尚可谷、尚言信。

迁移分布

商氏是一个多民族、多来源的姓氏群体,人口约125.5万,约占全国总人口的0.078%。

商氏家族起源于周朝齐国。

周献王元年(公元前368年),周献王封田和为齐侯。 至此,齐国的江山氏被田氏所取代,历史上就知道田氏取代了齐国。 由于田氏与齐朝之间并没有发生大规模的流血冲突,而且是和平演变,所以商氏家族的大部分人还是留在了齐国。 商氏虽然很早就得到这个姓氏,但后来的发展却一直笼罩在神秘之中,因此其早期的历史一直难以详细了解。

先秦两汉如此,魏晋南北朝亦如此。 商氏家族散见史册,实属罕见。

唐代,商氏名人有礼部尚书、御史濮阳人商衡,魏州(今河南省蓟县)蓟人尚宪甫,唐朝首领商君昌等。唐末农民起义。 从他们的经历来看,尚让兄弟应该是河南或山东人。 此时的商家一方面表现出色,另一方面加入了从宇文家到商家转变的生力军,让整个商家做大做强。

据史书《元和姓氏汇编》和《姓氏概论》记载,商望京兆、清河、上党、季郡。

王指郡王或地王,泛指魏晋至隋唐时期各县的望族。 意思是他们在某个县长期居住,受到当地人的尊敬。 由此可见,唐代及以前,商氏家族在陕西西安、河北清河、山西长治、河南蓟县等地盛极一时。

五朝闽王王熙宠爱妃子商,可见商氏此时已迁往福建。

南宋以后,商氏家族逐渐出现在南方各地。

元代时,尚文由蕲州深泽(今湖南蕲州)迁至河北保定,尚业由保定迁至河北满城。

元末明初,各地爆发农民起义军,不仅要推翻元人的统治,还要互相争夺皇权,导致国家急剧衰落。中原、华东、中南地区人口。 明太祖朱元璋统一天下后,由于山西地理位置特殊,没有受到太大的战争影响,就从山西移民过来。 商氏作为洪洞大槐树移民的姓氏之一,分河北、山东、河南、江苏等地。 等待的地方。

明清时期,商氏开始在南方各地发展,有的漂洋过海到台湾,传播到海外。

商是一个典型的北方姓氏。 它发源于北方,盛于北方。 据史料《明清进士名目索引》记载,明清两代,商氏进士共有三十七人。 除了湖广、浙江(均为两个)外,还有安徽、四川(各一),南方人只有六人。北方省份中,河南人数最多,共有十人,其中罗山人六人其次是陕西(8人)和山东(5人),需要提到的是奉天(今辽宁省)有3人入围。

如今,商氏家族广泛分布在全国各地,尤其是河北、河南、青海等省份。 这三个省的商族人口占全国商族人口的60%以上。

郡县

京兆:又名京兆县、京兆尹,实际上不是县,而是中央政府所在地的区域性行政区域名称。 “殷”即太守。 In the first year of Taichu in the Western Han Dynasty (Ding Chou, 104 BC), the right internal history was changed to Jing Zhaoyin, one of the three assistants, and the administrative seat was Chang’an (today’s Xi’an, Shaanxi). In the first year of Huangchu (AD 220), Emperor Wen of the Cao Wei Dynasty in the Three Kingdoms, Jingzhao Yin was renamed Jingzhao County, and its administrative seat was Chang’an (now Xi’an, Shaanxi Province). At that time, the area under its jurisdiction was north of the Qinling Mountains in today’s Shaanxi Province, east of Xi’an City, south of the Weihe River to Hua County area. In the second year of Huangchu of Cao Wei (Xin Chou, 221 AD), the prince was granted the title of Duke of Qin, and Jingzhao County was designated as the Qin Kingdom. In the third year of Huangchu of Cao Wei, it was renamed Jingzhao Kingdom. In the third year of Qinglong (Yimao, AD 235), Emperor Ming of Wei conferred the title of Prince Xun as King of Qin, and changed the Kingdom of Jingzhao to the Kingdom of Qin. In the fifth year of the reign of King Qi (Cao Fang) (Jiazi, AD 244), it was changed to Jingzhao County, now Xi’an, with five subordinate counties, except Zhouzhi and Hu counties, all within its jurisdiction. During the Western Jin Dynasty, Jingzhao County was still located in Chang’an, and its jurisdiction was smaller than that during the Wei Dynasty. From the Sixteen Kingdoms to the Southern and Northern Dynasties, the former Zhao, the former Qin, the later Qin, the Western Wei, and the Northern Zhou successively established their capitals in Chang’an (the latter Qin was called Chang’an), and Jingzhao County (or Yin) was all set up here. In both the Sui and Tang dynasties, Chang’an was the capital and a new city was built. During the Sui Dynasty, it was called Daxing City. In the fourth year of Yonghui reign of Emperor Gaozong of the Tang Dynasty (Guichou, 653 AD), the city was renamed Chang’an City. In the Gyeonggi area around Chang’an City, Yongzhou was designated as Jingzhao Prefecture and Jingzhao Yin was established. The above-mentioned “Jingzhao” refers to the capital and its surrounding areas. In both the Sui and Tang dynasties, Jingzhaoyin (prefecture, prefecture) or Yongzhou was established as a county-level organization to govern more than 20 counties including Chang’an and Daxing (renamed Wannian in the Tang Dynasty). After the Tang Dynasty, Chang’an no longer served as the capital, and its development was affected to a certain extent, but it was still an important local city. During the Jin and Yuan Dynasties, Jingzhao Mansion (Road) was established in Shaanxi. This “Jingzhao” had nothing to do with the place where the capital was established. At that time, the area under its jurisdiction was north of the Qinling Mountains in Shaanxi, east of Xi’an City, south of the Wei River, and west of Huayin. 区域。 The Beiyang government changed Shuntian Prefecture to Jingzhao place, and the prefecture Yin was Jingzhao Yin, which was in line with the meaning of “Jingzhao” before the Jin Dynasty. Deposed when the Republic of China government was established.

Jijun: A county was established in the second year of Taishi (Bingxu, 266 AD) of the Western Jin Dynasty, and its governance was located in Ji County (now Ji County, Henan Province). At that time, the jurisdiction was in Ji County, Henan Province, and it was soon abandoned. During the Song Dynasty, its jurisdiction was in today’s Weihui County, Henan Province.

Qinghe County: It was established as a county in the fifth year of Liu Bang (Jihai, 202 BC), the founder of the Western Han Dynasty, and was later changed to a country. In the later period of the Yongguang period of Emperor Yuan of the Han Dynasty (43 BC to 39 BC), it was established as a county, and its administrative location was Qingyang (now Hebei Province). Qinghe). In the Eastern Han Dynasty, it was changed to a state and moved to Ganling (today’s Linqing, Shandong). At that time, it governed the area from Qinghe County in Hebei Province to Boxing County and Linqing County in Shandong Province. After the Yuan Dynasty, the jurisdiction included present-day Qinghe City, Zaoqiang County and Nangong County in Hebei Province, and parts of Linqing County, Xiajin County, Wucheng County, Gaotang County and Pingyuan County in Shandong Province.

Shangdang County: “Shangdang” literally refers to the high ground on the mountain, “Shangdang and heaven are the same party”, hence the name. The place name Shangdang was first seen in the Jin State during the Spring and Autumn Period. After that, the three families of Zhao, Wei and Han were divided into Jin, and all occupied part of the Shangdang area. During the Warring States Period, South Korea established counties, but the specific county placement is difficult to verify today. After Qin Shihuang unified the world, he divided the land into thirty-six counties. Shangdang County inherited it and was one of the major counties. It was governed by the eldest son (today’s eldest son in Shanxi Province). The jurisdiction of this county-level administrative division was roughly based on today’s Changzhi City, Shanxi Province. Centered in the southeastern region of Shanxi Province. During the Western Han Dynasty, it was established with 14 counties under its jurisdiction; during the Eastern Han Dynasty, the number of counties under its jurisdiction was reduced to 13. During the Three Kingdoms period, the Shangdang County seat moved northeast to Hukou Pass (now the north of Changzhi, Shanxi, but not Huguan County). During the Western Jin Dynasty, it governed ten counties, and the county government moved further northeast to Lu County (now northeast of Lucheng, Shanxi). During the Sixteen Kingdoms period, Shangdang County was basically retained except for the later Zhou Dynasty, which was briefly renamed Luzhou. During the Northern Wei Dynasty, the county was moved back to Huguan. After the establishment of the Sui Dynasty, the original Huguan County was abolished and Shangdang County was built. Shangdang County was moved to Shangdang County (today’s Changzhi City, Shanxi), with ten counties under its jurisdiction. During the Tang Dynasty, Shangdang County was renamed Luzhou. From then on, the name Shangdang County ceased to exist. However, Shangdang County was still retained in all dynasties until the eighth year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (Jichou, 1529 AD), when the name was changed to Shangdang County. The county was changed to Changzhi County, and Shangdang no longer existed as a place name.

馆号

Jingzhao Hall: The hall is built with hope.

Ji Jun Hall: The hall is built with hope.

Qinghe Hall: The hall is built with hope.

Shangdangtang: To establish the hall with hope.

Lian Jie Tang: Lian means clean and honest, Jie means unique character and behavior. In the Yuan Dynasty, Shang Ye had upright aspirations, elegant writing, and a filial stepmother. He edited the National History Museum and served as a judge in Ruzhou. He was an honest and upright person, and his character and behavior were different from others.

In addition, there are Gaoshi Hall, Renshou Hall, Qinghe Hall, Feixiong Hall, Shide Hall, etc.

历史人物

Shang Chang: (years of birth and death to be determined), courtesy name Ziping. Famous scribe of Han Dynasty.

Shang Kegu: (AD? ~ 784), Xianbei tribe, Yuwen clan; lived between pine and desert. A famous general and minister of the Tang Dynasty, one of the originators of the Shang family.

Shang Jiezan: (years of birth and death to be determined), Tubo tribe. The famous Prime Minister of Tubo during the Tang Dynasty. Extremely talented, he ambushed troops to defeat bandits and made many military exploits.

Shang Rang: (AD? ~ 884 to be tested), a native of Changyuan, Henan. The famous general of the Huangchao Uprising Army in the late Tang Dynasty.

Shang Junchang: (date of birth and death to be determined), Shang Rang’s brother; a native of Changyuan, Henan. The famous general of Wang Xianzhi’s uprising army in the late Tang Dynasty. He started in Changyuan with Wang Xianzhi in 874 AD, and followed Wang Xianzhi to fight in Shandong and Henan. Later, he was sent by Wang Xianzhi to negotiate the surrender with Yang Fuguang. He was captured by Tang generals on the way and was killed soon after.

Shang Ye: (date of birth and death to be determined), was born in Baoding (now Baoding, Hebei). Famous minister and scholar of the Yuan Dynasty. Tired officials came to Jixian to serve as lecturers to the bachelors and the princes of the country offered wine. If you are an honest official, you will be successful, and you will not be detained in jail. His writing is elegant, his knowledge is profound and his memory is strong, and he has many scholars.

Shang Da: (years of birth and death to be determined), a native of Tongzhou (now Dali, Shaanxi). 明代著名官员。 In the early years of Hongzhi in the Ming Dynasty, he was appointed as the Yueyang magistrate as a tribute scholar. There was a flood in the county, so Shang Da ordered canals to be dug to irrigate the fields. When there was a drought, it could be said that he had the best of both worlds.

Shang Heng: (years of birth and death to be determined), a native of Tongzhou (now Dali, Shaanxi). 明代著名官员。 During the Hongzhi period of the Ming Dynasty, he was a Jinshi and was tired of serving as an official and an engineer. He once made a remonstrance to stop the construction of pagodas. He later died in Hanyang while serving as the prefect.

Shang Yu: (years of birth and death to be determined), a native of Shanyin (now Shaoxing, Zhejiang). Famous Qing Dynasty painter. Guo Xi is good at landscape and miscellaneous paintings. He is a master of turquoise and stone. His ink and bamboo are chic and lovely.

Shang Daochang: (years of birth and death are to be determined), his name is Da Shen, and he is a native of Anyang, Xiangzhou (today’s Anyang, Henan Province). Famous Song Dynasty officials and scholars. He entered the official position under the influence of his father, but because he repeatedly argued with Shangfeng about the merits, he was suppressed and unable to advance. He is erudite and well-informed, especially “Zi Zhi Tong Jian”, and also works in poetry. There are “Jiaji” and “He Tao Shi”.

Shang Kexi: (1604-1676 AD), with the character Ji and the nickname Zhenyang; his ancestral home is Shanxi and a native of Liaodong (now Liaoyang, Liaoning). Famous vassal king in the early Qing Dynasty. He was born in Haicheng, Liaoning in the 32nd year of Wanli in Ming Dynasty. The young man joined the army with his father and guarded the border for the Ming Dynasty. After his father died in the war, he inherited his father’s business.

Shang Zhixin: (AD? ~ 1681 to be tested), the son of Shang Kexi. One of the famous three vassals in the early Qing Dynasty.

Shang Qiheng: (date of birth and death to be determined), was born in Haicheng, Liaoning. Famous Qing Dynasty minister and scholar. Under the banner of the Han Army, he was a Jinshi in the 18th year of Guangxu’s reign in the Qing Dynasty, and was promoted to the Chief Envoy of Fujian. In addition to classics, history, poetry, yin and yang, medical physiology, and paintings, gold and stone, we can all get a glimpse of its profound meaning.

Shang Xiaoyun: (1900-1976 AD), named Dequan and courtesy name Qixia; a native of Nangong, Hebei Province, a famous Peking Opera performing artist and one of the four famous Dandans.

Shang Binghe: (AD 1870-1950), later known as Mr. Zixi, and scholars as Mr. Huaixuan; he was born in the Tang Dynasty in Hebei Province. Famous modern scholar and educator.

Shang Hua (1922.5.1 ~ 2005.4.22): a famous dubbing performing artist in China. His major works include “Lone Star”, “Escape from the Tiger’s Mouth”, “Manhunt”, “Dr. Edward”, “Cassandra Bridge”, “Paris, Texas”, “President’s Anecdotes”, “Victory” “Escape”, “Brilliant Futures”, “Les Misérables”, “Cold Heart”, “Eagle Crest Manor”, “Confessions of a Police Chief”, etc.

Shang Yue: (1902~1982), whose original name was Zongwu and whose courtesy name was Jian’an; he was a native of Luoshan, Henan. Famous historian and writer.

Shang Fulin (November 1951 ~): Han nationality, native of Jinan, Shandong Province, Ph.D. 在金融领域。 He is currently the Chairman and Party Secretary of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. In November 2002, he was elected as an alternate member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China at the 16th National Congress. On October 21, 2007, he was elected as a member of the Central Committee at the 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

Shang Jinsuo: (1947-present), a native of Qinghe, Hebei. Technical major general of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force and expert in modern military theory. He graduated from the Department of Mathematics of Hebei University in 1970 and in 1981 from the Department of Philosophy of the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences with a Master of Philosophy degree. Currently he is a university professor and master’s tutor. Enjoy special national allowances for life.

Shang Wenjie (December 22, 1982~): a famous female singer from Shanghai. Graduated from the French Department of Fudan University, he was once the top French simultaneous translator in Shanghai. In 2006, he served as the main translator at the French Film Week at the Shanghai International Film Festival, and has served as translator at many important conferences. In the national talent show “Super Girl” in 2006, Shang Wenjie won the championship with the highest number of votes in history, 5,196,975, and then began her career as a singer.

Shang Jing (April 12, 1958~): Graduated from the Drama Department of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. He is currently the director of Kong Zheng Repertory Theater and is a national first-level director. He has directed series of TV series such as “The Story of the Cooking Class”, “City Men and Women”, and “Wulin Gaiden”, which have been well received by the audience.

Shang Lizhou: Beijinger, male, Han nationality, university education, young calligrapher. He once served as the executive vice chairman and secretary-general of the Beijing Mentougou District Hard Pen Calligraphy Society.

作者 admin