A Xia Dynasty vessel
Bu Jiang is widely regarded as one of the wisest kings of Xia.
In the 35th year of his reign, his vassal state of Shang defeated Pi (皮氏).
In the 59th year of his regime he passed his throne to his younger brother Jiong. 10 years later, Bu Jiang died.
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- Kings of the Xia Dynasty
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1890 BC – 1831 BC