King Yi of Zhou (Jian)
|King Yi of Zhou
|Predecessor||King Gong of Zhou|
|Successor||King Xiao of Zhou|
|King Yí of Zhou|
|Ancestral name: Jī (姬)
Given name: Jiān (囏)
|Father||King Gong of Zhou|
His reign is poorly documented. The first year of his reign is confirmed by a solar eclipse on April 21, 899. He was followed on the throne by his uncle King Xiao of Zhou who was followed by King Yi's son King Yi of Zhou (Xie) who was restored by the many lords. He is said to have moved from the capital to a place called Huaili. This hints that he was removed from power by his uncle, but the matter is uncertain. Yi’s grandson was King Li of Zhou.
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- Cambridge History of Ancient China
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King Yi of Zhou (Jian)Died: 892 BC
King Gong of Zhou
|King of China
King Xiao of Zhou