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Duke Gui of Qi (Chinese: 齊癸公; pinyin: Qí Guǐ Gōng; reigned c. 10th century BC) was the fourth recorded ruler of the ancient Chinese state of Qi during the Western Zhou Dynasty. His personal name was Lü Cimu (呂慈母) and ancestral name was Jiang ().[1][2]

Duke Gui of Qi
齊癸公
Ruler of Qi
Reigncirca 10th century BC
PredecessorDuke Yǐ of Qi
SuccessorDuke Ai of Qi
IssueDuke Ai of Qi
Duke Hu of Qi
Duke Xian of Qi
Full name
Ancestral name: Jiang (姜)
Clan name: Lü (呂)
Given name: Cimu (慈母)
HouseHouse of Jiang
FatherDuke Yǐ of Qi

Duke Gui succeeded his father Duke Yǐ of Qi, and was succeeded by his son Duke Ai of Qi. Two of his younger sons also later ascended the throne as Duke Hu of Qi and Duke Xian of Qi, respectively.[1][2]

FamilyEdit

  • Parents:
    • Prince De (公子得; d. 933 BC), ruled as Duke Yǐ of Qi from 974–933 BC
  • Concubines:
    • The mother of Princes Buchen and Shan
  • Sons:
    • Prince Buchen (公子不辰; d. 890 BC), ruled as Duke Ai of Qi from 901–890 BC
    • Prince Jing (公子靜; d. 859 BC), ruled as Duke Hu of Qi from 889–859 BC
    • Prince Shan (公子山; d. 850 BC), ruled as Duke Xian of Qi from 858–850 BC

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Sima Qian. 齐太公世家 [House of Duke Tai of Qi]. Records of the Grand Historian (in Chinese). Guoxue.com. Retrieved 14 May 2012.
  2. ^ a b Han Zhaoqi (韩兆琦), ed. (2010). Shiji (史记) (in Chinese). Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company. p. 2510. ISBN 978-7-101-07272-3.
Duke Gui of Qi
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Duke Yǐ of Qi
Duke of Qi
circa 10th century BC
Succeeded by
Duke Ai of Qi