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Li Feng
Prefect of the Palace Writers (中書令)
In office
251 (251)–254 (254)
MonarchCao Fang
Supervisor of the Masters of Writing (尚書僕射)
In office
c. 240s (c. 240s)–251 (251)
MonarchCao Fang
Palace Attendant (侍中)
In office
c. 240s (c. 240s)–251 (251)
MonarchCao Fang
Personal details
Dali County, Shaanxi
Luoyang, Henan
  • Li Yi (brother)
  • Li Wei (brother)
  • Li Yi (father)
Courtesy nameAnguo (安國)

Li Feng (died 254), courtesy name Anguo, was a Chinese politician of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of China. He was a trusted official of the third Wei emperor Cao Fang, and did not follow the regent Sima Shi's wishes.

In 254, in company with Xiahou Xuan and Zhang Ji (張緝), he plotted to kill Sima Shi. However, Sima Shi sensed their scheme and summoned Li Feng to meet him in the palace, where he interrogated Li Feng and killed him. He was then accused of treason and his family members were executed as well.[1]


Li Feng's father, Li Yi (李義), previously served as Minister of the Guards (衛尉) in the Cao Wei state.

Li Feng's first son, Li Tao (李韜), married Grand Princess[2] of Qi (齊長公主), a daughter of the second Wei emperor Cao Rui. Li Feng's daughter, Li Wan (李婉), married Jia Chong but was sentenced to exile after her father's downfall.

See also


  1. ^ Pei Songzhi's annotation in Sanguozhi vol. 9.
  2. ^ Lee, Lily; Wiles, Sue, eds. (2015). Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women. Vol. II. Routledge. p. 609. ISBN 978-1-317-51562-3. An emperor's [...] sister or a favorite daughter was called a grand princess (zhang gongzhu); and his aunt or grand-aunt was called a princess supreme (dazhang gongzhu).