Jiang Taigong's Wen Tao Wu Strategy: Assisting King Wen of Zhou to build the Zhou Dynasty
Jiang Taigong is famous for his literary and military skills.
... Zhuge Changqing
In China, Jiang Taigong is a saint that everyone must know.
Zhuge Changqing believes that Jiang Taigong's wisdom has laid a rich foundation for the Chinese national culture.
Jiang Ziya (about? - 1015 BC), surnamed Jiang, Lv, Shang, Ziya, Feixiong.
At the end of Shang Dynasty and the beginning of Zhou Dynasty, he was a statesman, strategist, and strategist. He was the founder of Zhou Dynasty and the founder of military science.
Fishing on the shore of the Weihe River, I met with Marquis Jichang of the Western Uncle, worshipped him as the "Grand Master" (military official name), honored him as the Tai Gong Wang, and became the chief brain trust to help Jichang establish his hegemony.
After King Wu of Zhou ascended the throne, he became the military commander of the State of Zhou as a "teacher and father". (Zhuge Changqing: Jiang Taigong has both ability and virtue, and is loyal to the country and the world, which is admirable. Therefore, King Wu of Zhou regards him as the prime minister's father.)
He assisted King Wu in eliminating Shang Zhou, establishing the Zhou Dynasty, conferring the title of Marquis of Qi, making his capital at Yingqiu, and becoming the founder of Qi State and Qi culture. (Zhuge Changqing: Shandong is also known as the land of Qilu. Qi refers to Jiang of Qi, and the first king is Jiang Taigong.)
Later, Jiang Taigong assisted Zhou Gongdan in governing to pacify civil strife, expand the territory, and promote the rule of Chengkang. In the sixth year of King Kang of Zhou, he died of illness in Haojing, which was highly respected by later generations. Emperors of all dynasties and ancient books and records of literature and history respected him as the ancestor of military strategists, martial saints, and hundreds of masters.
During the reign of Emperor Suzong of the Tang Dynasty, he was crowned King Wu and set up a Wu Temple to offer sacrifices. During the reign of Emperor Zhenzong of the Song Dynasty, he had the posthumous title Zhaolie.
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