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Feng Dao (traditional Chinese: 馮道; simplified Chinese: 冯道; Wade–Giles: Feng Tao) (882-May 21, 954), courtesy name Kedao (可道), formally Prince Wenyi of Ying (瀛文懿王), was an important Chinese governmental official during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, who served as a chancellor during the three of the latter four dynasties (Later Tang, Later Jin, and Later Zhou) and was also an honored official during Later Han.
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