Chih-tsang ［智蔵］ (458–522) (PY Zhizang; Chizō): A priest of China, also known as K’ai-shan because he lived at K’ai-shan-ssu temple. Chih-tsang entered the priesthood at age sixteen and studied under various eminent priests such as Seng-jou and Hui-tz’u. Emperor Wu of the Liang dynasty respected him and donated K’ai-shan-ssu temple to him. There he lectured on The Treatise on the Establishment of Truth, the Wisdom sutras, and other scriptures, and wrote a number of commentaries. Chih-tsang is considered one of the three great Dharma teachers of the Liang dynasty, the other two being Fa-yün and Seng-min.