King Yi of Zhou (Xie)
|King Yi of Zhou
|Predecessor||King Xiao of Zhou|
|Successor||King Li of Zhou|
|King Li of Zhou|
|Ancestral name: Jī (姬)
Given name: Xiè (燮)
|Father||King Yi of Zhou (Jian)|
He was preceded by his uncle, King Xiao of Zhou, who may have overthrown his father. In the third year of his reign, King Yi sided with Marquis of Ji in a dispute with Duke Ai of Qi and executed Duke Ai by boiling him to death in a large cauldron. King Yi installed Duke Ai's younger half-brother Jing on the throne, later known as Duke Hu of Qi.
He was succeeded by his son, King Li of Zhou.
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King Yi of Zhou (Xie)Died: 878 BC
King Xiao of Zhou
|King of China
King Li of Zhou