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Chinese History - The Feudal State of Qi 杞

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See other feudal states of the Zhou period.
Don't confuse this statelet with the great state of Qi 齊.

The rulers of this small feudal state located near modern Qixian 杞縣, Henan were descendants of the Xia dynasty 夏 (20th-17th cent. BCE) and therefore were enfeoffed with this territory. There is virtually nothing known about the history of this small fief, except a list of its rulers. In 445 BCE, Qi was conquered by Chu 楚.

Source: Shiji 史記 36, Chen Qi shijia 陳杞世家.

Rulers of Qi 杞
Capital: Qi 杞 (modern Qixian 杞縣, Henan)
dynastic title personal name time
The Duke of Donglou 東樓公
The Duke of Xilou 西樓公
Qi Tigong 杞題公
Qi Mouqugong 杞謀娶公
Qi Wugong 杞武公
Qi Jinggong 杞靖公
Qi Gonggong 杞共公
Qi Huigong 杞惠公
Qi Chenggong 杞成公
Qi Huangong 杞桓公Si Gurong 姒姑容
Qi Xiaogong 杞孝公Si Gai 姒匄
Qi Wengong 杞文公Si Yigu 姒益姑
Qi Pinggong 杞平公Si Yuli 姒郁釐
Qi Daogong 杞悼公Si Cheng 姒成
Qi Yingong 杞隱公Si Qi 姒乞
Qi Xigong 杞釐公 (or 僖公)Si Guo 姒過
Qi Mingong 杞閔公Si Wei 姒維
Qi Aigong 杞哀公Si Elu 姒閼路
Qi Chugong 杞出公Si Chi 姒敕
Qi Jiangong 杞簡公Si Chun 姒春
445 Qi destroyed by Chu

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