Deng Yu

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Deng Yu
Born2 AD
Died58 AD (aged 57)
Other namesZhonghua (仲華)

Deng Yu (2[1]–58 AD[2]) was a statesman and military commander in Eastern Han dynasty. He contributed to the unification of China. In 57 AD, Deng became Grand Tutor. He held this title until his death.

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  1. Deng Yu's biography in Book of the Later Han indicated that he was 57 (by East Asian reckoning) when be died. Thus by calculation, his birth year should be 2 AD.
  2. 5th month of the 1st year of the Yong'ping era, per Emperor Ming's biography in Book of the Later Han.