Marquess Gong of Han

Marquess Gong of Han (Chinese: 韩共侯; pinyin: Hán Gònghóu) (died 363 BC), ancestral name Jì (姬), clan name Hán (韩), personal name Ruòshān (若山), was the ruler of the State of Han between 374 BC and until his death in 363 BC. He was the son of Marquess Ai of Han.[1]

Marquess Gong of Han
Marquess of Han
Reign374 BC - 363 BC
PredecessorMarquess Ai
SuccessorMarquess Xi
Died363 BCE
Names
Ancestral name: (姬)
Lineage name: Hán (韓)
Given name: Ruòshān (若山)
Posthumous name
Marquess Gong (共侯)
Marquess Yi (懿侯)
Marquess Zhuang (莊侯)
FatherMarquess Ai of Han

After Marquess Ai of Han was killed, the nobles supported Ruoshan, the son of Ai, to be the next ruler of Han. After Ai died due to illness in 363 BC, the succession then passed to Marquess Xi, son of Ai.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sima, Qian; Sima, Tan. Records of the Grand Historian. pp. Volume 45.
Chinese royalty
Preceded by Marquess of Han
374 BC – 363 BC
Succeeded by