likely modern Kaifeng, Henan
|Full name||Surname: Shí (石)
Given name: Shǒuxìn (守信)
Posthumous name: Wǔliè (武烈)
Career under Later Zhou
Shi Shouxin first followed Guo Wei who founded the Later Zhou in 951. During Guo's early reign, Shi became an inspector-in-chief (都虞候) of the imperial guard (親衛). After the Battle of Gaoping against the Northern Han in 954, Shi was promoted to first commandant (第一軍都校) of the left imperial guard. After the siege of Taiyuan he was promoted to left and right commandant of the cavalry.
Career under Song
After Later Zhou was overthrown by the Song Dynasty, Emperor Taizu of Song made him a jiedushi. Later, he and Gao Huaide defeated Li Yun's rebellion, and he ordered the thousands of surrendered soldiers all executed. He also defeated Li Chongjin's rebellion.
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