King Zhuang of Zhou
|King Zhuang of Zhou
|Predecessor||King Huan of Zhou|
|Successor||King Xi of Zhou|
|King Xi of Zhou
|Ancestral name: Jī (姬)
Given name: Tuó (佗)
|Father||King Huan of Zhou|
King Zhuang of Zhou (died 682 BC) (Chinese: 周莊王; pinyin: Zhōu Zhuāng Wáng) or King Chuang of Chou was the fifteenth king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the third of Eastern Zhou. He ruled 696–682 BC as a successor of his father, King Huan of Zhou. He was later succeeded by his son, King Xi of Zhou, in 682 BC. His younger son was Prince Tui.
- The Cambridge history of ancient China by Michael Loewe and Edward L Shaughnessy
- Chinese Text Project, Rulers of the Zhou states – with links to their occurrences in pre-Qin and Han texts.
King Zhuang of ZhouDied: 682 BC
King Huan of Zhou
|King of China
King Xi of Zhou
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