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Zhou Dynasty History

The Zhou Dynasty is a hereditary dynasty following the Shang Dynasty in Chinese history. It is divided into two periods: the Western Zhou Dynasty (1046 BC-771 BC) and the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770 BC-256 BC). The Western Zhou Dynasty was founded by Zhou Wu Wang Jifa, and established the capitals of Gaojing and Fengjing. Luoyi was established during the reign of the king. In the West Weekend, Zhou Ping Wang Ji Yisu moved from Luojing to Luoyi in the east, and it was historically known as Dongzhou. Among them, the Eastern Zhou Dynasty is also called "Spring and Autumn and Warring States", which is divided into "Spring and Autumn" and "Warring States". The Zhou Dynasty existed from about the 11th century to 256 years ago, with a total of 30 generations and 37 kings, totaling about 791 years. Among them, the Western Zhou Dynasty was the third and last hereditary slavery dynasty in China, and the Qin and Han Dynasties began to become a unified country with a unified government from the central to the local. History books often refer to the Western and Eastern Zhous as two weeks.

List of Emperors of Zhou Dynasty

History of the Zhou Dynasty

China during the Zhou Dynasty