Marquis Xi of Jin

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Marquis Xi of Jin
Ruler of the State of Jin
Reign841–823 BC
PredecessorMarquis Jing of Jin
SuccessorMarquis Xian of Jin
Died823 BC
FatherMarquis Jing of Jin

Marquis Xi of Jin (simplified Chinese: 晋僖侯; traditional Chinese: 晉釐侯 or 晉僖侯; pinyin: Jìn Xī Hóu), ancestral name Ji (姬), given name Situ (司徒), was the seventh ruler of the state of Jin during the Western Zhou Dynasty. After his father Marquis Jing of Jin died, he ascended the throne of Jin.

In 823 BC, the 18th year of his reign, he died and his son Ji, ascended the throne as the next ruler of Jin: Marquis Xian of Jin.


Marquis Xi of Jin
Cadet branch of the House of Ji
 Died: 823 BC
Chinese nobility
Preceded by
Marquis Jing of Jin
Marquis of Jin
841–823 BC
Succeeded by
Marquis Xian of Jin