King An of Zhou

King An of Zhou (Chinese: 周安王; pinyin: Zhōu Ān Wáng), personal name Ji Jiao, was the thirty-third king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the twenty-first of the Eastern Zhou.[1][2]

King An of Zhou
周安王
King of China
Reign401–376 BC
PredecessorKing Weilie of Zhou
SuccessorKing Lie of Zhou
Died376 BC
IssueKing Lie of Zhou
King Xian of Zhou
Names
Ancestral name: (姬)
Given name: Jiāo (驕)
HouseZhou Dynasty
FatherKing Weilie of Zhou

He succeeded his father King Weilie of Zhou[3] on the throne of China in 401 BC.[4] After he died, his son King Lie of Zhou ruled over China.[5] His other son was King Xian of Zhou.[6]

FamilyEdit

Sons:

AncestryEdit

King Yuan of Zhou (d. 469 BC)
King Zhending of Zhou (d. 441 BC)
King Kao of Zhou (d. 426 BC)
King Weilie of Zhou (d. 402 BC)
King An of Zhou (d. 376 BC)

See alsoEdit

Family tree of ancient Chinese emperors

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sử ký Tư Mã Thiên những điều chưa biết - Chu bản kỷ, Bùi Hạnh Cẩn - Việt Anh dịch (2005), NXB Văn hoá thông tin
  2. ^ Phương Thi Danh (2001), Niên biểu lịch sử Trung Quốc
  3. ^ Chinese Text Project, Rulers of the Zhou states – with links to their occurrences in pre-Qin and Han texts.
  4. ^ King An of Zhou (ruled 401 BC-376 BC)
  5. ^ Records of the Grand Historian by Sima Qian
  6. ^ Michael Loewe and Edward Shaughnessy, ed. (1999), The Cambridge History of Ancient China, Cambridge University Press, p. 25


King An of Zhou
 Died: 376 BC
Regnal titles
Preceded by King of China
401–376 BC
Succeeded by