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King Jìng of Zhou
King of China
Reign519–477 BC
PredecessorKing Dao of Zhou
SuccessorKing Yuan of Zhou
Died477 BC
IssueKing Yuan of Zhou
Ancestral name: (姬)
Given name: Gài (丐)
HouseZhou dynasty
FatherKing Jĭng of Zhou
MotherQueen Mu

King Jìng of Zhou, (Chinese: 周敬王; pinyin: Zhōu Jìng Wáng), personal name Ji Gai, was the twenty-sixth king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty and the fourteenth of Eastern Zhou. He ruled from 519 BC to 477 BC. He was succeeded by his son, Prince Ren (王子仁), who ruled as King Yuan of Zhou from 476 BC to 469 BC.


King Ding of Zhou (d. 586 BC)
King Jian of Zhou (d. 572 BC)
King Ling of Zhou (d. 545 BC)
King Jing of Zhou (d. 520 BC)
King Jing of Zhou (d. 477 BC)

See also

  1. Family tree of ancient Chinese emperors
King Jing of Zhou (Gai) Zhou Dynasty Died: 477 BC Regnal titles Preceded byKing Dao of Zhou King of China 519–477 BC Succeeded byKing Yuan of Zhou