King Zhuang of Zhou


King Zhuang of Zhou

King Zhuang of Zhou (d.682 BC) (ch. 周莊王 zhōu zhuāng wáng) or King Chuang of Chou was the fifthteenth sovereign of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the third of Eastern Zhou Dynasty.

Personal information

Family name Ji (姬 jī) in Chinese
Given name Tuo (佗 túo) in Chinese
Era name none
Father King Huan of Zhou
Mother unknown
Wife unknown
Children King Xi of Zhou
Duration of reign 696 BC-682 BC
Tomb unknown
Temple name unknown
Courtesy name unknown
Posthumous name Zhuang 莊 (pinyin zhuāng), literary meaning: "solemn"

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