Ji Dan
(11th century BCE – 1032 BCE)

Chinese: , better known as the Duke of Zhou or Zhougong (周公), previously romanized as Duke of Chou and Chou Kung. Younger brother of the founder of the Zhou dynasty who served as a regional lord and regent, remembered as a culture hero who created or revised several of the Chinese classics.

Ji Dan

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