King Nan of Zhou (?–256 BC), born Ji Yan and less commonly known as King Yin of Zhou, was the 36th and last king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty, the son of King Shenjing of Zhou and grandson of King Xian of Zhou. He was king for fifty-nine years, longest in Zhou Dynasty and all the pre-imperial China (in terms of the reign length followed by King Mu of Zhou). By the time of King Nan's reign, the kings of Zhou had lost almost all political and military power, as even their remaining crown land was split into two states or factions, led by rival feudal lords: West Zhou, where the capital Wangcheng was located, and East Zhou, centered at Chengzhou and Kung. Therefore, Nan lacked any personal territory and was de facto subjected to the local feudal lords, essentially relying on their charity.

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  • King Nan of Zhou (?–256 BC), born Ji Yan and less commonly known as King Yin of Zhou, was the 36th and last king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty, the son of King Shenjing of Zhou and grandson of King Xian of Zhou. He was king for fifty-nine years, longest in Zhou Dynasty and all the pre-imperial China (in terms of the reign length followed by King Mu of Zhou). By the time of King Nan's reign, the kings of Zhou had lost almost all political and military power, as even their remaining crown land was split into two states or factions, led by rival feudal lords: West Zhou, where the capital Wangcheng was located, and East Zhou, centered at Chengzhou and Kung. Therefore, Nan lacked any personal territory and was de facto subjected to the local feudal lords, essentially relying on their charity. However, Nan's symbolic and ritual power remains disputed. On one side, the Chinese states largely ignored the king's activities and adopted royal titles and rituals for themselves, while the dynasty's fall generally received meager contemporary coverage and attention. This led to the assumption that Nan did no longer had any symbolic power or semblance of royal authority left. On the other side, recent epigraphic discoveries and some accounts in the Records of the Grand Historian and Zhan Guo Ce suggest that even until his death, Nan was still respected as Son of Heaven. Either way, the last king of Zhou managed to preserve his weakened dynasty through diplomacy and conspiracies for fifty-nine years until his deposition and death by Qin in 256 BC. (en)
  • Zhou Nanwang (周赧王), parfois appelé Zhou Yinwang (周隱王). De son nom personnel Ji Yan (姬延), fut le dernier roi chinois de la dynastie Zhou : couronné à Luoyi (洛邑) en -314, il resta roi jusqu’à ce que son domaine soit envahi en -256. (fr)
  • El Rey Nan de Zhou (chino: 周赧王; pinyin: Zhōu Nǎn Wáng), o menos generalmente Rey Yin de Zhou (chino tradicional: 周隱王, pinyin: Zhōu Yǐn Wáng: 周隱王; pinyin: Zhōu Yǐn Wáng) fue el trigésimo séptimoo y último rey de la dinastía Zhou de China. Era hijo del Rey Shenjing de Zhou y nieto del Rey Xian de Zhou. Fue rey durante cincuenta y nueve años, el reinado más largo de la dinastía Zhou y de todo el periodo pre-imperial de China. Fue asesinado después de la anexión de su reino por Qin en 256 a. C. (es)
  • 赧王(たんおう)は、周朝の第37代の王。慎靚王の子。在位期間は59年であり、周朝における最長在位の君主であった。 在位中は周王室の影響力はわずかに王畿(現在の洛陽附近)に限定されるようになっていた。 周王室も温の桓公揭(貞定王の末子)が始祖とする西周君(武公)と東周君(君傑)の勢力に分裂しており、赧王は西周の武公を頼って西周(河南)に遷都した。祖父の顕王の時代より秦の勢力が急速に拡大しており、諸々の政策でも周の勢力挽回は成功しなかった。 紀元前256年、秦の将軍摎の攻撃を受けて、西周君がその領土を秦に献上した。このため赧王は秦の保護下に入り、まもなく崩御した。秦は九鼎を移し、王畿を占拠することで周は滅亡することとなった。 子孫の有無は不詳。 なお、諡号の「赧」は、「顔を赤らめて恥じ入る」という意味である。 (ja)
  • Król Nan z dynastii Zhou (chiński: 周赧王; pinyin: Zhaō Năn Wáng) – trzydziesty siódmy władca tej dynastii i dwudziesty szósty ze wschodniej linii dynastii Zhou. Rządził w latach 314-256 p.n.e. Jego śmierć wyznaczyła koniec panowania dynastii Zhou w Chinach. (pl)
  • 周赧王(約前316年-前256年),姓姬,名延,或名赧,皇甫謐说名诞。《竹书紀年》作周隱王,為周慎靚王之子。史文常作王赧,《史記》誤為諡號。据传即位于前314年。在位59年,是周朝在位最长的君主。 他在位时期,周王室的影响力仅限于王畿(现在的洛阳附近,当时是東周的首都)。早在他的祖父周显王在位期间,秦国的势力迅速膨胀,以西戎霸主自居。赧王五十九年,驾崩。是年,秦昭襄王迁九鼎,占王畿,灭东周。 (zh)
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  • Zhou Nanwang (周赧王), parfois appelé Zhou Yinwang (周隱王). De son nom personnel Ji Yan (姬延), fut le dernier roi chinois de la dynastie Zhou : couronné à Luoyi (洛邑) en -314, il resta roi jusqu’à ce que son domaine soit envahi en -256. (fr)
  • El Rey Nan de Zhou (chino: 周赧王; pinyin: Zhōu Nǎn Wáng), o menos generalmente Rey Yin de Zhou (chino tradicional: 周隱王, pinyin: Zhōu Yǐn Wáng: 周隱王; pinyin: Zhōu Yǐn Wáng) fue el trigésimo séptimoo y último rey de la dinastía Zhou de China. Era hijo del Rey Shenjing de Zhou y nieto del Rey Xian de Zhou. Fue rey durante cincuenta y nueve años, el reinado más largo de la dinastía Zhou y de todo el periodo pre-imperial de China. Fue asesinado después de la anexión de su reino por Qin en 256 a. C. (es)
  • 赧王(たんおう)は、周朝の第37代の王。慎靚王の子。在位期間は59年であり、周朝における最長在位の君主であった。 在位中は周王室の影響力はわずかに王畿(現在の洛陽附近)に限定されるようになっていた。 周王室も温の桓公揭(貞定王の末子)が始祖とする西周君(武公)と東周君(君傑)の勢力に分裂しており、赧王は西周の武公を頼って西周(河南)に遷都した。祖父の顕王の時代より秦の勢力が急速に拡大しており、諸々の政策でも周の勢力挽回は成功しなかった。 紀元前256年、秦の将軍摎の攻撃を受けて、西周君がその領土を秦に献上した。このため赧王は秦の保護下に入り、まもなく崩御した。秦は九鼎を移し、王畿を占拠することで周は滅亡することとなった。 子孫の有無は不詳。 なお、諡号の「赧」は、「顔を赤らめて恥じ入る」という意味である。 (ja)
  • Król Nan z dynastii Zhou (chiński: 周赧王; pinyin: Zhaō Năn Wáng) – trzydziesty siódmy władca tej dynastii i dwudziesty szósty ze wschodniej linii dynastii Zhou. Rządził w latach 314-256 p.n.e. Jego śmierć wyznaczyła koniec panowania dynastii Zhou w Chinach. (pl)
  • 周赧王(約前316年-前256年),姓姬,名延,或名赧,皇甫謐说名诞。《竹书紀年》作周隱王,為周慎靚王之子。史文常作王赧,《史記》誤為諡號。据传即位于前314年。在位59年,是周朝在位最长的君主。 他在位时期,周王室的影响力仅限于王畿(现在的洛阳附近,当时是東周的首都)。早在他的祖父周显王在位期间,秦国的势力迅速膨胀,以西戎霸主自居。赧王五十九年,驾崩。是年,秦昭襄王迁九鼎,占王畿,灭东周。 (zh)
  • King Nan of Zhou (?–256 BC), born Ji Yan and less commonly known as King Yin of Zhou, was the 36th and last king of the Chinese Zhou dynasty, the son of King Shenjing of Zhou and grandson of King Xian of Zhou. He was king for fifty-nine years, longest in Zhou Dynasty and all the pre-imperial China (in terms of the reign length followed by King Mu of Zhou). By the time of King Nan's reign, the kings of Zhou had lost almost all political and military power, as even their remaining crown land was split into two states or factions, led by rival feudal lords: West Zhou, where the capital Wangcheng was located, and East Zhou, centered at Chengzhou and Kung. Therefore, Nan lacked any personal territory and was de facto subjected to the local feudal lords, essentially relying on their charity. (en)
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