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King Xuan of Qi
King Xuan of Qi (Chinese: ; pinyin: ; died 301 BC) was from 319 to 301 BC ruler of Qi, one of the seven major states of the Warring States period of ancient China. King Xuan's personal name was Tian Bijiang (), ancestral name Gui (?), and King Xuan was his posthumous title.
King Xuan succeeded his father King Wei of Qi, who died in 320 BC after 37 years of reign. He reigned for 19 years and died in 301 BC. He was succeeded by his son, King Min of Qi.
In traditional Chinese historiography, king Xuan is best known for receiving advice of Mencius. He is generally credited with the establishment of the Jixia Academy.
- Queen Xuan (; d. 312 BC)
- Lady, of the Zhongli clan of Qi (), personal name Chun (?)
- Lady, of the Xia lineage of Qi (), personal name Yingchun ()
- Prince Di (; 323-284 BC), ruled as King Min of Qi from 300-284 BC
- Youngest son, Prince Tong (), the progenitor of the Yan (?) lineage
- Granted the fiefdom of Lu (?)
- ^ a b Han Zhaoqi () (2010). "House of Tian Jingzhong Wan". Shiji () (in Chinese). Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company. pp. 3688-3695. ISBN 978-7-101-07272-3.