Deer Terrace Pavilion
Deer Terrace Pavilion (Chinese: 鹿台) was a structure believed to have been built in the Shang dynasty. Its location is believed to be in Zhaoge (near the present-day JinNiuLing in Qi County, Hebi)....
Lu (state)
Lu (Chinese: 魯國; pinyin: Lǔ Guó, circa 1042–249 BC) was a vassal state during the Zhou dynasty of ancient China. Founded in the 11th century BC, its rulers were from a cadet branch of the Hou...
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Earl Huang of Cai
Huang, Earl of Cai (Chinese: 蔡伯荒; pinyin: Cài Bó Huāng), born Ji Huang (Chinese: 姬荒), was an ancient Chinese noble from the Zhou dynasty and the third ruler of the ancient Chinese state of...
Battle of Muye
The Battle of Muye (also known as the Battle of Mu; Chinese: 牧野之戰; pinyin: Mùyě zhī zhàn) was fought in circa 1046 BCE in China. The battle led to the end of the Shang dynasty, and the beginni...
Jin (Chinese state)
Jin (Chinese: 晉; pinyin: Jìn; Wade–Giles: Chin), originally known as Tang (唐), was a major state during the middle part of the Zhou dynasty, based near the center of what was then China, o...
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Zhong Hu of Cai
Cai Zhong Hu (Chinese: 蔡仲胡, "Hu, Elder of Cai"), born Ji Hu (姬胡), was the only known son of Ji Du, the first lord of Cai.Ji Du was removed from his office after participating in the Rebellion of the ...
Shu Du of Cai
Cai Shu Du or Shu Du of Cai (Chinese: 蔡叔度, given name Du (度), was the first ruler of the State of Cai.Du was the fifth son of King Wen of Zhou and his wife Taisi (太姒). He had ten brothers and eight ...