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Sima Zhao (司馬昭) (211-264) was the son of Prime Minister Sima Yi of the Kingdom of Wei, during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. Events The city of York becomes the capital of Britannia Inferior, a northern province of the Roman Empire. ... Events Sun Hao succeeds Sun Xiu as ruler of the Chinese kingdom of Wu Births Deaths Categories: 264 ... Sīmǎ Yì (司马懿), courtesy name Zhongda (仲逹) was a military strategist of the Kingdom of Wei. ... The Three Kingdoms period (Simplified Chinese: 三国; Traditional Chinese: 三國; Pinyin Sānguó) is a period in the history of China. ...

He seized control of the Kingdom of Wei and had himself crowned the Prince of Jin. He took advantage of weakness in the Kingdom of Shu to the west and attacked it, forcing the surrender of Shu. His actions helped set up the overthrowing of the Wei Dynasty by his son, Sima Yan, who proclaimed the Jin Dynasty. He also started the end of the Three Kingdoms period, which ended in 280 A.D. with the conquest of the Kingdom of Wu by his son. The Kingdom of Wei (ch. ... The Kingdom of Shu (蜀 shǔ) (221 – 263) was one of the Three Kingdoms competing for control of China after the fall of the Han Dynasty. ... Shu may refer to: Shu (Egyptian deity) 蜀 (Shǔ), an abbreviation of Sichuan province of the Peoples Republic of China, as well as the following historical regimes that existed in this region: Shu Han, a kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period Former Shu, a kingdom during the Five Dynasties... The Northern Wei Dynasty (北魏 386-534) is most noted for the unification of northern China in 440, it was also heavily involved in funding the arts and many antiques and art works from this period have survived. ... Format of naming convention in English is under discussion at Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (Chinese) and Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (Chinese)/monarchical titles. ... Jin may refer to: Jin Dynasty (265-420) Jin Dynasty (1115-1234) (Jinn) Jin, a state in China during the Spring and Autumn Period Later Jin Dynasty, founded in 1616 by Nurhaci Jin, a ruler of the Xia dynasty The Jin state of late Bronze Age Korea Jin, Chinese American... Events The Chinese Jin Dynasty under Emperor Wu of Jin China unifies China by conquering the Kingdom of Wu, ending the Period of the Three Kingdoms. ... The Kingdom of Wu (Chinese: 吳, pinyin: wú) refers to a nation and several states throughout Chinese history of around the same region in China. ...

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Sima Zhao (司馬昭) (211-264), courtesy name Zishang (子尚), was the son of chief military strategist Prime Minister Sima Yi of Cao Wei, during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history.
Sima Zhao's involvement in his father's coup d'etat against the regent Cao Shuang in 249 is unclear.
Sima Zhao then summoned Cao Huang (曹璜, whose name was later changed to Cao Huan), the Duke of Changdaoxiang and a grandson of Cao Cao to the capital to become the emperor; by now, Empress Dowager Guo was powerless to speak further.
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