King Xi of Zhou (died 677 BC) (Chinese: 周僖王; pinyin: Zhōu Xī Wáng) was the sixteenth king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the fourth of Eastern Zhou. His personal name was Húqí.
He was a successor of his father King Zhuang of Zhou, and was succeeded by his son, King Hui of Zhou.
By his time China had dissolved into a multitude of states, only nominally subject to the king, who was no longer even the most powerful figure in China (that was Duke Huán of the State of Qí).
- ^ Cambridge History of ancient China
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- ^ ZHOU GENEALOGY (Warring States Period)