Duke Yang of Lu (died 988 BC or 989 BC[1]), personal name Ji Xi, was the third ruler of the Lu state, a dynastic vassal state of the Zhou dynasty. He was a son of Bo Qin (Duke Tai), the first duke, and succeeded his brother, Duke Kao. He died after reiging for six years, and was succeeded by his son, Duke You.[2]

Duke Yang of Lu
Ruler of Lu
Reign993 - 988 BC or 994 – 989 BC
PredecessorDuke Kao of Lu
SuccessorDuke You of Lu
Died988 BC or 989 BC
IssueDuke You of Lu
Duke Wei of Lu
Ancestral name: Ji (姬)
Given name: Xi (熙)
Posthumous name
Duke Yang (煬公)
FatherBo Qin

References edit

  1. ^ Nivison, David S. (1999). The Key to the Chronology of the Three Dynasties: The "Modern Text" Bamboo Annals. Dept. of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Pennsylvania. p. 25.
  2. ^ Lei, Haizhong (2020). Chinese Culture and the Chinese Military. Cambridge University Press. p. 174. ISBN 978-1-108-47918-9.