King Nan of Zhou
|King Nan of Zhou
|King of China|
|Predecessor||King Shenjing of Zhou|
|Father||King Shenjing of Zhou|
King Nan of Zhou (Chinese: 周赧王; pinyin: Zhōu Nǎn Wáng), or less commonly King Yin of Zhou (Chinese: 周隱王; pinyin: Zhōu Yǐn Wáng) was the thirty-sixth and last king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty, the son of the King Shenjing of Zhou and grandson of King Xian of Zhou. He was a King for fifty-nine years, longest in Zhou Dynasty and all the pre-imperial China (in terms of the reign length followed by King Mu of Zhou).
King Nan was killed after annexation of his kingdom by Qin in 256 BC.
- Duke Wen of Eastern Zhou — the last Zhou ruler, demoted from the position of king to that of duke
King Nan of ZhouDied: 256 BC
King Shenjing of Zhou
|King of China
Title next held byQin Shi Huang
as Emperor of China
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