King Zhou in the Shang Dynasty


The legend went as that the eldest son of King Diyi (father of King Zhou), Qi, was supposed to take the throne after the death of King Diyi, but he was deposed owing to the low social status of his mother, so Dixin (the second elder son of King Diyi) ascended to the throne, who was known to the world as King Zhou. It was recorded in Xunzi (the book written by the famous philosopher, Xun Zi) that: "King Zhou is very handsome and outstanding, who can rival a hundred soldiers in war".
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