Sima Fu

Sima Fu

Three Kingdoms infobox
Name=Sima Fu

Kingdom=Cao Wei
Pinyin=Sīmǎ Fū
Zi=Shūdá (叔達)

Sima Fu (180 - 272) was a politician in the latter part of the Han Dynasty, and then in the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served the Kingdom of Wei, and then later the Jin Dynasty.


Sima Fu was a younger brother of Sima Yi, and for this reason he served the Kingdom of Wei. It was said that although he did not have the extraordinary abilities of his older brother, he was well learned, able, and very generous. Because he was well versed in literature, it was said that he had a close relationship with Cao Zhi, the son of Cao Cao.

After the death of Sima Yi, he served Sima Yi's sons, Sima Shi and Sima Zhao. When the Kindgoms of Shu and Wu attacked Wei, Sima Fu lead armies against them despite old age, and played in important role in halting their advances.

When the Jin Dynasty was founded, the new emperor Sima Yan offered noble status to Sima Fu and all of his family, which Sima Fu refused, saying "I am, and always have been, a servant of Wei."



*Sima Yong (司馬邕)
*Sima Wang (司馬望)
*Sima Fu (司馬輔)
*Sima Yi (司馬翼)
*Sima Huang (司馬晃)
*Sima Gui (司馬瓌)
*Sima Heng (司馬衡)
*Sima Jing (司馬景)

Other Family

*Sima Qian (司馬遷) (famous historian)

*Sima Lang (司馬朗) (older brother)
*Sima Yi (司馬懿) (older brother)
*Sima Kui (司馬馗) (younger brother)
*Sima Xun (司馬恂) (younger brother)
*Sima Jin (司馬進) (younger brother)
*Sima Tong (司馬通) (younger brother)
*Sima Min (司馬敏) (younger brother)


This page is a rough translation of the Japanese version, re-arranged and re-formatted.

ee also

*Three Kingdoms
*"Romance of the Three Kingdoms"
*Kingdom of Wei
*Personages of the Three Kingdoms

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