|King of Shang dynasty|
|Reign||1101 - 1076 BC|
|Successor||King Zhou of Shang|
|Issue||Weiziqi, Duke of Song
Weizhong, Duke of Song
King Zhou of Shang
According to the Bamboo Annals, on the third year of his regime, he ordered Nanzhong to fight Kun Barbarians and built Shuofang (朔方, roughly modern Ordos in Inner Mongolia) in the middle of Kun territory after winning a battle. He also fought the Renfang (see the Dongyi), eventually capturing and sacrificing[clarification needed] their chief.
- King Zhou of Shang, the last Shang king
- Weiziqi (微子啟), the eldest son. After the Shang succumbed to the Zhou dynasty, he was awarded the state of Song.
- Weizhong (微仲), the second ruler of Song
- Jizi, legendary ruler of Gojoseon
Wen Wu Ding
|King of China
c. 1101 BC – c. 1076 BC