Meaning of 齐桓公

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huán gōng (Trad.: 齊桓公)
Duke Huan of Qi (reigned 685-643 BC), one of the Five Hegemons 春秋五霸
Example Sentences
But when the Zhou declined the king could not use him, so he borrowed the state of Qi, under Duke Huan, and mobilized an army there.
The long process of history, because of the Lord's lucky that it enjoyed Qi hegemonic position.
So the duke ordered several old horse to be selected to lead the army. Finally, they found the way back home.
Qihuangong: the king of Qi State, one of "Five Hegemonies of Spring and Autumn Period".
But when they came back it was winter. Everywhere was white with snow and the wind was howling.