Chancellor of the State, Ryo Fui.

Chancellor is an important position in the royal court. There are three known ranks that have the title of Chancellor: Chancellor of the Left, Chancellor of the Right and Chancellor of the State.

Chancellor of the State[edit | edit source]

Chancellor of the State could be considered the highest rank possible in Qin's royal court and the equivalent of Prime Minister in other states. The only known title above it would be fully accepted King.[1] For years this seat remained empty untill Ryo Fui claimed it in 242 B.C. However, in 238 B.C. he was stripped of his position due to treason and the seat became once again empty.

Known Chancellors[edit | edit source]

Qin[edit | edit source]

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Ryo Fui
Chancellor of the Right (251-243 B.C.)
Chancellor of State (242-238 B.C.)
Rank removed for Treason
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Ketsu Shi
Chancellor of the Left
Slain by Ba Jio & Shunmen
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Shou Bun Kun
Chancellor of the Left
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Shou Hei Kun
Chancellor of the Right
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Sai Taku
Chancellor during King Sho's reign
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Shou Ou
Patriarch of Legalism
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Han Sho
Chancellor during King Sho's reign

Zhao[edit | edit source]

Han[edit | edit source]

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Chou

Qi[edit | edit source]

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Kou Shou

Trivia[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Chapter 255 Page 12
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