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King Shenjing of Zhou

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Reign  320–315 BC
Name  King of
Successor  King Nan of Zhou
Predecessor  King Xian of Zhou
Died  315 BC
Children  King Nan of Zhou

Issue  King Nan of Zhou
Parents  King Xian of Zhou
Grandparents  King An of Zhou
Father  King Xian of Zhou
House  Zhou dynasty

Great-grandparents  King Weilie of Zhou

King Shenjing of Zhou (Chinese: 周慎靚王; pinyin: Zhōu Shènjìng Wáng), or King Shenching of Chou, was the thirty-fifth king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the twenty-fourth of Eastern Zhou.

His personal name was Dìng, whilst his ancestral name was Jī. He is commonly known as King Shenjing; this was actually his posthumous name. It means "prudent and tranquil".

He was a son of his predecessor, King Xian of Zhou and thus nephew of King Lie; his paternal grandfather was King An of Zhou.

Shenjing fathered his successor, King Nan of Zhou, who had a very long reign.


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