Zhu of Xia

Zhu (Chinese: 杼) was the seventh ruler of the semi-legendary xia dynasty who took the throne in the year of Yiji (己巳) and lived in Yuan. His father was king Shaokang

In the fifth year of his regime he moved his capital from Yuan to Laoqiu; in the eighth year he hunted in the East Sea and invaded Sanshou; in the thirteenth year his Shang vassal Ming died at He.

He died in the seventeenth year of his reign. His successor was his son Huai.

Last update 15-06-2012

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