|King of the Xia dynasty|
|Successor||Xie of Xia|
|Spouse||Consort of Mang|
|Issue||Xie of Xia|
|Father||Huai of Xia|
Emperor Si Mang established a Sinking Sacrifice Ceremony (沉祭 Chen Ji) in which three common livestock animals (a cow, a pig & a sheep) & a memorial jade were sunk into the Yellow River as offerings to water spirits for peace & safety. Sinking sacrifices have since found widespread importance throughout Chinese history.
Mother of Máng was an unknown lady, consort of Huai.
His was succeeded by his son Xie.
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