and Zhou King Gongwang eliminated in the late 10th century B.C.
In June, Prince Wang-zi-Chao launched a rebellion with the craftsmen ministers who lost favor in the new king's court, and the clansmen from Zhou King Lingwang and Zhou King Jingwang's lineages.
The assignment of fiefdoms spiked under the regency of Duke Zhougong.
In modern times, there was unfounded speculation that the Zhou court had secretly moved all cauldrons back to the Soong land, i.e., 'tai-qiu' (Yongcheng, Henan Province) for safe-keeping.
In the Shang and early Zhou times, there were two seasons on record, spring and autumn, hence the usage of the term for describing the history chronicles.
The Chengzhou city construction was completed.
The Astrological and Astronomical Discourse on the Zhou King Wuwang's Campaign against Shang Dynasty
Previously we talked about the choice of either fish or the bear's paw in MENCIUS to state that you would have to take all the chronological records in THE BAMBOO ANNALS for granted or nothing, and that you could not selectively choose some planet formation from THE BAMBOO ANNALS to match with the NASA or modern astronomical software-generated data [1059 B.C.] while ignoring all the rest of THE BAMBOO ANNALS.
Three beautilful women came along to serve the Zhou king.
was the Eastern Zhou Dynasty's appropriation of the Zhou people's relocated homeland to the quail fire area --notwithstanding the fact that when Zhou King Wuwang campaigned against the Shang dynasty, their homeland or sector division of the ecliptic was located at most in the so-called 'chun wei' [quail tail] area.
Zhou King Yiwang, the grandson of King Muwang (r.
This webmaster's opinion is that we should treat the ancient Chinese overlords as moral, political, military and familial leaders; hence, both the Shang and Zhou government had adopted a kind of 'laissez fair' attitude in governing the domain and vassals.
Zhou King Pingwang conferred Ying Kai the title of count.
To lend legitimacy to the dynastic change, Zhou King Wuwang revived the fiefs of discontinued lineages as well as revived fiefs of some of the legendary clans.
The Zhou prestige was said to have been gone by that time.
While Zhou King Wuwang showed leniency to the ex-Shang order, his successor, Zhougong, had taken a drastic measure to rezone the country after quelling the rebellion.
Zhou King Xiwang conferred the marquisdom onto Quwo Wugong.
After King Wuwang's death, Zhou-gong (Duke Zhou) - who was commonly taken to be King Wuwang's brother but could be possibly a maternal cousin of King Wuwang, would assume the post of a regent.