Ban Biao (Chinese: 班彪; pinyin: Bān Biāo; Wade–Giles: Pan1 Piao1, 3–54 CE), courtesy name (Chinese: 叔皮; pinyin: Shūpí; Wade–Giles: Shu1-P'i2), was a Chinese historian, and an official born in what is now Xianyang, Shaanxi during the Han Dynasty. He was the nephew of Consort Ban, a famous poet and concubine to Emperor Cheng.
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