Sima Zhou

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Sima Zhou
Traditional Chinese 司馬伷
Simplified Chinese 司马伷

Sima Zhou (227 - 283) was an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He was the sixth son of Sima Yi. Sima Zhou was known in Cao Wei as the "Fire General". During campaign against the rival state of Eastern Wu, Sima made a stand with over 50,000 troops, along with joining Wang Jun, who forced Eastern Wu to surrender.


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