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King Kaolie of Chu

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Reign  262–238 BC
Children  Fuchu, Lord Changping
Parents  King Qingxiang of Chu

Died  238 BC, China
Name  King of
Grandparents  King Huai of Chu
People also search for  King Qingxiang of Chu, Fuchu, Lord Changping, King Huai of Chu

King Kaolie of Chu (Chinese: 楚考烈王; pinyin: Chǔ Kǎoliè Wáng, died 238 BC) was from 262 to 238 BC the king of the state of Chu during the late Warring States period of ancient China. He was born Xiong Yuan (熊元) or Xiong Wan (熊完), and King Kaolie was his posthumous title.

King Kaolie succeeded his father King Qingxiang of Chu, who died in 263 BC. King Kaolie died in 238 BC after 25 years of reign, and was succeeded by his son King You of Chu.

In 249 BC King Kaolie invaded and annexed the State of Lu.

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King Kaolie of Chu Wikipedia


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