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The State of Xu (Chinese: 徐) (also called Xu Rong (徐戎) or Xu Yi (徐夷) by its enemies) was an independent Huaiyi state of the Chinese Bronze Age that was ruled by the Ying family (嬴) and controlled much of the Huai River valley for at least two centuries. It was centered in northern Jiangsu and Anhui.

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  • 徐(じょ、紀元前20世紀頃 - 紀元前512年)は、夏代から春秋時代にかけて中国に存在した東夷諸国の一つ。徐戎や徐夷、徐方、舒とも称される。
  • 徐国,是西周、春秋时代的诸侯国之一,国君为嬴姓。又稱徐戎,亦稱徐夷或徐方,為東夷集團之一。夏代至周代,分布在今山东郯城一带。在周穆王时期,才肯臣服于周朝。周初,以今安徽泗县、江苏泗洪一帶為中心,建立徐國,在東夷中最為強大,春秋時為楚國所敗,前512年為吳國所消滅。
  • The State of Xu (Chinese: 徐) (also called Xu Rong (徐戎) or Xu Yi (徐夷) by its enemies) was an independent Huaiyi state of the Chinese Bronze Age that was ruled by the Ying family (嬴) and controlled much of the Huai River valley for at least two centuries. It was centered in northern Jiangsu and Anhui.
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