|Reign||1112 BC - 1102 BC|
He was born Zi Tuo (子托) and was also known as Da Ding (大丁).
During his third year, the Heng River (洹水) dried up.
In his fourth year, Ji attacked the Yuwu Rong (余无戎) and was victorious, making Yuwu into a Zhou client.
In his seventh year, Ji attacked the Hu Rong (呼戎) and was again victorious.
Several years later, Ji defeated the Xitu Rong (翳徒戎) and captured three of their generals. Reporting this to King Wen Ding, Ji worried him that Zhou was growing too powerful. King Wen Ding richly rewarded Ji for his victories, but then sent him to a city called Saiku (塞库) and had him killed there.
Wu Yi (ruler)
|King of China
c. 1112 BC – c. 1102 BC