King Ding of Zhou
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|King Ding of Zhou
|King of China|
|Predecessor||King Kuang of Zhou|
|Successor||King Jian of Zhou|
|Issue||King Jian of Zhou|
|Ancestral name: Jī (姬)
Given name: Yú (瑜)
|Father||King Qing of Zhou|
King Ding of Zhou (Chinese: 周定王; pinyin: Zhōu Dìng Wáng), or King Ting of Chou, was the twenty-first king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the ninth of Eastern Zhou. He was a son of King Qing of Zhou and brother of King Kuang of Zhou.
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King Ding of ZhouDied: 586 BC
King Kuang of Zhou
|King of China
King Jian of Zhou
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