Fei Shi (Three Kingdoms)

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Fei Shi
Minister of Shu Han
Born (Unknown)
Died (Unknown)
Traditional Chinese 費詩
Simplified Chinese 费诗
Pinyin Fèi Shī
Wade–Giles Fei Shih
Courtesy name Gongju (traditional Chinese: 公舉; simplified Chinese: 公举; pinyin: Gōngjǔ; Wade–Giles: Kung-chü)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Fei.

Fei Shi (birth and death dates unknown), courtesy name Gongju, was a minister of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. He originally served Liu Zhang as the Prefect of Jinzhu (绵竹), but surrendered to Liu Bei after Liu Bei took control of Yi Province from Liu Zhang.

One of Fei Shi's tasks was to travel to Jing Province to report to Guan Yu his appointment as "General of the Vanguard". When Liu Bei proclaimed himself emperor, Fei Shi openly opposed and was jailed as a result. Although he was later released, he was demoted to a low ranking official in the remote southern shire of Yongchang (永昌). Fei Shi later followed Zhuge Liang in his southern campaign. Afterwards during the Northern Campaign was in process, Fei Shi watched over Chengdu. Fei Shi had one son, Fei Li (费立).

Appointments and titles held[edit]

  • Prefect of Jinzhu (綿竹令)
  • Assistant Officer and Army Inspector (督軍從事)
  • Administrator of Zangge (牂牁太守)
  • Major of the Vanguard (前部司馬)
  • Counsellor Remonstrant (諫議大夫)

See also[edit]