King Kang of Zhou

King Kang of Zhou (Chinese: 周康王; pinyin: Zhōu Kāng Wáng) or King K'ang of Chou was the third sovereign of the Chinese zhou dynasty. The dates of his reign are 1020-996 BC or 1005-978 BC.

King Kang followed his father King Cheng's policy and expanded the Zhou territory in the North and in the West. He also repressed a rebellion in the east. Life prospered in the zhou dynasty under Kang's rule.

Last update 19-06-2012

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