Zhang Bu
General of Agile Cavalry (驃騎將軍)
In office
September 264 (September 264) – December 264 (December 264)
MonarchSun Hao
General of the Left (左將軍)
In office
258 (258) – September 264 (September 264)
MonarchSun Liang / Sun Xiu
Personal details
Diedc. December 264[a]
Childrentwo daughters

Zhang Bu (died c. December 264)[a] was a military general of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period of China. In 258, he and another general, Ding Feng, overthrew the regent Sun Chen in a coup and restored power to the emperor Sun Liang. In 264, after the death of Sun Liang's successor Sun Xiu, he supported Sun Hao to be the new emperor. However, shortly after Sun Hao's enthronement, Zhang Bu was exiled by the emperor for criticising his brutality. Sun Hao later sent his men to murder Zhang Bu while he was on his way to exile in Guangzhou.

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  1. ^ a b Sun Hao's biography in the Sanguozhi recorded that Puyang Xing and Zhang Bu were executed in the 11th month of the 1st year of the Yuanxing era of Sun Hao's reign.[1] This month corresponds to 6 December 264 to 4 January 265 in the Gregorian calendar.


  1. ^ (... [元興元年]十一月,誅[濮陽]興、[張]布。) Sanguozhi vol. 48.