Gao of Xia

Gāo (Chinese: 皋, "tall") was an ancient king of China, the 15th ruler of the semi-legendary xia dynasty. He possibly ruled 11 years.

In the 3rd year of his regime, he restored the power of Tunwei, the noble who was deposed by Kong Jia, the previous king and father of Gao.

Son of Gao, the next king of China, was Fa, while Gao's grandson was evil Jie.

Last update 19-06-2012

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