King Xiang of Zhou (died 619 BC), personal name Ji Zheng (Chinese: 姬郑), was the eighteenth king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty and the sixth of the Eastern Zhou. He was a successor of his father King Hui of Zhou.
|King Xiang of Zhou|
|King of China|
|Predecessor||King Hui of Zhou|
|Successor||King Qing of Zhou|
|Issue||King Qing of Zhou|
|Father||King Hui of Zhou|
|Mother||Queen Hui of Zhou|
He married Lady of the Dí, but later dismissed her.
- Zhai Hou, of the Kui clan of Di (翟後 隗姓), deposed
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- Family tree of Chinese kings
- Eastern Zhou Dynasty. "Just at that moment, King Xiang of Zhou was driven to exile by Prince Dai who colluded with the Di tribes. So he, in alliance with other dukes, defeated Prince Dai and brought King Xiang back to the capital Luoyi."
- Wars with the Xiongnu. Authors: Guang Sima and Joseph P. Yap. See this page for more details.
- Mirroring the past: the writing and use of history in imperial China by Qingjia Edward Wang. University of Hawaii Press.
- Trình Doãn Thắng, Ngô Trâu Cương, Thái Thành (1998), Cố sự Quỳnh Lâm, NXB Thanh Hoá