Draft:Duke Xuan of Wey
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|Duke Xuan of Wey|
|Ruler of Wey|
|Reign||718 - 700 BC|
|Predecessor||Duke Zhuang I of Wey|
|Successor||Duke Hui of Wey|
|House||House of Ji|
|Father||Duke Zhuang I of Wey|
Duke Xuan of Wey, given name Ji Jin, was the fifteenth ruler of the state of Wey and its fourth Duke. He came to power following a succession crisis involving two of his brothers, but his nineteen year reign saw numerous moral scandals and the decline of Wey into a minor state of the Spring and Autumn Period.