Who married Shi Chonggui?

Empress Feng married Shi Chonggui .

Empress Zhang (Later Jin) married Shi Chonggui .

Shi Chonggui

Shi Chonggui (Chinese: 石重貴) (914–974), known in traditional Chinese historical sources as Emperor Chu of Later Jin (後晉出帝, "the exiled emperor") or Emperor Shao of Later Jin (後晉少帝, "the young emperor"), posthumously known in Liao as the Prince of Jin (晉王), was the second and last emperor of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period state Later Jin.

The Later Jin had often been criticized for being a puppet of the emerging Khitan state Liao. The help of their powerful northern neighbors was vital in the formation of the Later Jin, and the cession of the Sixteen Prefectures led to their derision as being the servants of the Khitan. However, after the death of his biological uncle/adoptive father Shi Jingtang (Later Jin's founding emperor) in 942, Shi Chonggui defied Liao's Emperor Taizong, which led to the latter invading the territory of the Later Jin in 946 and 947, resulting in the destruction of the Later Jin.

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Empress Feng

Empress Feng (馮皇后, personal name unknown) was the empress and second wife of Shi Chonggui, the second and final emperor of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period state Later Jin. She was previously the wife of his adoptive brother (biological uncle) Shi Chongyin (石重胤).

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Shi Chonggui

 
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Empress Zhang (Later Jin)

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張皇后(?-?),後晉出帝石重貴元妃。

張氏為張從訓之女(《宋史》作张从恩女),是後晉高祖石敬瑭為出帝娶她的,封魏國夫人,在出帝即位前已經去世。天福八年(943年)十月,石重貴追封張氏為皇后,但諡號不詳。

 
 

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