King Xi of Zhou
King of China
Reign681–677 BC
PredecessorKing Zhuang of Zhou
SuccessorKing Hui of Zhou
Died677 BC
IssueKing Hui of Zhou
Duke Wen of Wangshu
Ancestral name: (姬)
Given name: Húqí (胡齊)
FatherKing Zhuang of Zhou

King Xi of Zhou (died 677 BC) (Chinese: 周僖王; pinyin: Zhōu Xī Wáng), personal name Jī Húqí, was the sixteenth king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty and the fourth of the Eastern Zhou.[1]

He was a successor of his father King Zhuang of Zhou,[2] and was succeeded by his son, King Hui of Zhou.

By his time China had dissolved into a multitude of states, only nominally subject to the king, who was no longer even the most powerful figure in China (that was Duke Huán of the State of Qí).[3]




King Ping of Zhou (d. 720 BC)
King Huan of Zhou (d. 697 BC)
King Zhuang of Zhou (d. 682 BC)
King Xi of Zhou (d. 677 BC)

See also


  1. ^ Michael Loewe and Edward Shaughnessy, ed. (1999), The Cambridge History of Ancient China, Cambridge University Press
  2. ^ Trình Doãn Thắng, Ngô Trâu Cương, Thái Thành (1998), Cố sự Quỳnh Lâm, NXB Thanh Hoá
  3. ^ ZHOU GENEALOGY (Warring States period)
King Xi of Zhou Zhou Dynasty Died: 677 BC Regnal titles Preceded byKing Zhuang of Zhou King of China 681–677 BC Succeeded byKing Hui of Zhou