Koufu

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Koufu
Chinese 口父

Koufu (口父; Kǒufù) (died c.1126 BCE) was an ancient Chinese nobleman, a Zhou leader honoured by the Shang king Wǔ Yǐ.

Wǔ Yǐ rewarded Koufu with a city called Qiyi (岐邑).[1][2]

Koufu died in the 21st year of the reign of Wǔ Yǐ.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Bamboo Annals
  2. ^ Historically, the site was also known as Qishan (岐山).