Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

2020-08-01 14:05:13 0 Comment 2760 views
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The Spring and Autumn Period in the history of our country is very colorful. There were three small hegemons "Spring and Autumn Three Little Hegemons"

The Spring and Autumn Period in the history of our country is very colorful. There were three small hegemons "Spring and Autumn Three Little Hegemons" before, and five big hegemons "Spring and Autumn Five Hegemony". There is not much controversy about the three small tyrants of the Spring and Autumn Period. They are the king of Chu Wu Xiongtong, the father of Zheng Zhuang, Ji Yusheng, and the father of Qi Xi Jiang Lufu. There is a lot of controversy in the Spring and Autumn Five Tyrants. Some people say that it is Song Xianggong and Qin Mugong, and some people say that it is Wu Wang Helu and Yue Wang Goujian. In fact, in the author's opinion, only Qi Huan Gong, Jin Wengong, and King Chuzhuang are recognized as the overlords among the Five Spring and Autumn Hegemons. The others are regional and a little self-entertaining. For example, Qin dominates Xirong, Wu and Yue dominate the southeast, Song is the most ridiculous, dominating several small countries around it is a joke in the eyes of several big princes. However, many people have never understood that Song Xianggong has always played the role of soy sauce in the vassal countries during his reign, and has not achieved a hegemony. How did he become one of the five hegemons in the Spring and Autumn Period?

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

Besides, Song Xianggong never fought a large-scale victory from beginning to end, nor did he Let Song State become a powerful country in one fell swoop, but eventually died under the almost pedantic "benevolence and justice". However, in the most recognized version of the Spring and Autumn Five Tyrants, Song Xianggong is impressively listed. But even if Song Xianggong is one of the five hegemons of the Spring and Autumn Period, everyone knows that he is the most unlucky one. In 638 BC, Song Xianggong and King Chu Cheng fought for supremacyQuan fought, and the two sides broke out in Hongshui. Everyone knows the result of the Battle of Hongshui. Song Xianggong's pedantic benevolence twice baffled his fighters and caused the Song army to be defeated. The heavy defeat in the Battle of Hongshui made the Song state sluggish, and Song Xianggong, one of the Five Spring and Autumn Tyrants, was also seriously injured. The following year, in 637 BC, Song Xianggong died shortly after returning to the Song Dynasty, making him the most unlucky overlord.

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

However, the most embarrassed place of the hapless Song Xianggong is not here. After he died, his wife Wang Ji brought him a green hat and asked him to also No peace. Song Xianggong's wife Wang Ji is Zhou Xiang's sister. There are many records in history books that Wang Ji is a very restless woman, but Song Xianggong is a very benevolent person and has never abolished Wang Ji. After Song Xianggong's son Song Chenggong succeeded to the throne, when Wang Ji was less than twenty years old, she began to live a widowed life in the palace. Unwilling to be lonely, Wang Ji often finds young and handsome men to enter the palace to accompany her for fun. Song Chenggong had a son named Bao Ge, later known as the son Bao, and in history, "the son Bao is beautiful and Yan" (see "Zuo Zhuan"). Of course Wang Ji coveted the son Bao, and often hinted that he would go into the palace to do something with himself, but the son Bao was unmoved. Although Wang Ji is not Song Chenggong’s biological mother, she is also of his mother’s generation.Song Chenggong knew that Wang Ji was licentious, but he changed his name to Wang Chen after Wang Ji's surname.

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

Song Chenggong has been in power for seventeen years, and has been open to Wang Ji. With one eye closed, after Song Zhaogong ascended the throne, Wang Ji still controlled the government. Wang Ji didn't like Song Zhaogong, she often wanted to abolish Song Zhaogong and make her son Bao as the king. However, the son BaoWang Ji, who is nearly twenty years old, is not interested, let alone this woman is her grandmother. Faced with the indifference of the grandson, Bao, Wang Ji was quite unwilling and very upset. The people she liked had to find ways to get them. Seeing the young grandson Bao Bao was about to win over people's hearts about the position of the monarch, Wang Ji fell in love with him. In order to win the favor of the son Bao, Wang Ji came up with an idea. She played the role of the son Bao Bao's "satisfactory internal help". In 612 BC, there was a severe drought in Song Dynasty, and the son Bao wanted to be kind to the people to gather people's hearts. Wang Ji provided him with a large amount of food and gold and silver treasures for the son Bao Bao to give to the people.

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

The son Bao won the favor of the people of the Song Dynasty, and Wang Ji also won the favor of the son Bao. I have to say that Wang Ji is indeed a smart woman. A year later, in 611 BC, Wang Ji sent someone to get rid of Song Zhaogong vigorously supported the son Bao as the new monarch of the Song Dynasty, it was Song Wengong. Wang Ji supported the son Bao to become Song Wengong, so of course Wang Ji’s meaning Song Wengong knew well, so it was half-covered, Song Wengong became Wang Ji’s new favorite, and had fun with Wang Ji day and night. According to the description in "Zuo Zhuan", Song Wengong always had reservations about Wang Ji, but was forced by Wang Ji’s power to go against him. In fact, in the author’s opinion , Song Wengong was not threatened by Wang Ji,He was willing, and Song Wengong had long been intending to use Wang Ji to kill his brother Song Zhaogong, so as to achieve the goal of sitting on the seat of Song Dynasty.

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

The author will talk about this as Song Xianggong’s wife, Wang Ji, the grandmother of Wen Gong. Although Wang Ji is nearly half a hundred years old, she still has the charm of milfs and she is very touching. In addition, Wang Ji is indeed very capable, in charge of the Song Dynasty.Political power, these conditions are very attractive to the son Bao, who is unwilling to be just a nobleman. According to historical data, when Song Wengong was just the son Bao, he had an unusual relationship with Grandma Wang Ji. But at that time, when Wang Ji wanted to go with Song Wengong, he refused (see "Zuo Zhuan"). The change of Song Wengong's attitude towards Wang Ji was obviously not because of his fancy to Wang Ji, but because of Song Dynasty's monarch. So at the beginning, Song Wengong also acted as if he abide by the general ethics and ignored Wang Ji's various ambiguous actions.

Called the most aggrieved hegemon of the Spring and Autumn Five Hegemonies, he was defeated and died.

and Song Wengong tried his best to show himself A wise image and a kindness to win people's hearts are all for Wang Ji to see. Song Wengong's meaning makes Wang Ji self-evident. What he wants in his heart, when he takes the throne, he will naturally obey Wang Ji's requirements. Song Wengong's succession began in 610 BC, and until Song Wengong's death in 589 BC, he was controlled by Wang Ji and used to be at the mercy of Wang Ji. The second year after Song Wengong's death, Wang Ji also Then he passed away, and this restless woman finished her slutty life. Song Xianggong would never have thought that he would not only become the joke of the five tyrants, but his wife also planted a green on his head after his death. Grassland, that man is still his grandson.

Reference materials: "Zuo Zhuan", "Eastern Zhou Dynasty History", "Spring and Autumn", etc.

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