KING WEI OF CHU (Chinese : 楚威王; pinyin : Chǔ Wēi Wáng, died
329 BC) was the king of the state of Chu from 339 to 329 BC, during
Warring States period
King Wei succeeded his father King Xuan of Chu , who died in 340 BC. King Wei died in 329 BC after an eleven year reign and was succeeded by his son King Huai of Chu . His two daughters become consorts of King Huiwen of Qin . The first waas known as Queen Huiwen, who gave birth to King Wu of Qin , and the second was known as the Queen Dowager Xuan , who gave birth to King Zhaoxiang of Qin .
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King Wei of Chu HOUSE OF MI DIED: 329 BC
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Monarchs of Chu
* Xiong Yi * Xiong Ai * Xiong Dan * Xiong Sheng * Xiong Yang * Xiong Qu * Xiong Kang * Xiong Zhi * Xiong Yan (elder) * Xiong Yong * Xiong Yan (younger) * Xiong Shuang * Xiong Xun * Xiong E * Ruo\'ao * Xiao\'ao * Fenmao
* King Wu * King Wen * Du\'ao * King Cheng * King Mu * King Zhuang * King Gong * King Kang * Jia\'ao * King Ling * Zi\'ao * King Ping * King Zhao * King Hui * King Jian * King Sheng * King Dao * King Su * King Xuan * King Wei * King Huai * King Qingxiang * King Kaolie * King You * King Ai * Fuchu * Lord Changping
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