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Zhou Zhi (Chinese: 周旨; pinyin: Zhōu Zhǐ) was a military general of the Jin Dynasty. Between 279 and 280, he participated in the campaign against Eastern Wu under the command of Du Yu. He led 800 ships in a naval attack on Xiakou, and was credited with slaying the enemy generals Sun Xin and Shen Ying.