c. 557 BC Jin fought Qin successfully.
361 BC Duke Xiao ascends the throne. Shang Yang arrives from Wei.
356 BC Shang Yang enacts his first set of changes to the state.
350 BC Shang Yang enacts his second set of changes to the state.
338 BC Duke Xiao dies, and Shang Yang is executed.
293 BC Qin beats coalition forces of Wei and Han at the Battle of Yique.
260 BC Qin routs Zhao troops in the Battle of Changping.
256 BC Qin conquers former Zhou kings.
246 BC Ying Zheng ascends the throne.
230 BC Qin conquers Han.
228 BC Qin conquers Zhao, capturing King Qian of Zhao.
225 BC Qin conquers Wei.
223 BC Qin conquers Chu
222 BC Qin conquers Yan. Qin captures King Jia of Dai (step-brother of King Qian of Zhao) who had led the last Zhao forces.
221 BC Qin conquers Qi, completing the unification of China, and ushering in the Qin Dynasty. Ying Zheng becomes China's first emperor, and is known as Qin Shi Huang Di.
Qin Zhong (秦仲, ruled 854-822): great-grandson of Feizi
Duke Zhuang (莊公, ruled 822 BC - 778 BC): Ying Ye (也), son of Qin Zhong
Duke Xiang (襄公, ruled 778 BC - 766 BC): son of Duke Zhuang
Duke Wen (文公)
Duke Ning (寧公)
Duke Chu (武公)
Duke De (德公)
Duke Xuan (宣公)
Duke Cheng (成公)
Duke Mu (穆公)
Duke Kang (康公) : Ying Ying (罃)
Duke Gong (共公): Ying Dao (稻)
Duke Huan (桓公): Ying Rong (榮)
Duke Jing (景公): Ying Hou (後)
Duke Ai (哀公)
Duke Hui (惠公)
Duke Dao (悼公)
Duke Li (厲公): Ying Ci (刺)
Duke Zao (躁公)
Duke Huai (懷公)
Duke Ling (靈公): Ying Su (肅)
Duke Jian (簡公): Ying Daozi (悼子)
Duke Hui II (惠公)
Duke Chu (出公)
Duke Xian (獻公): Ying Shiti (師隰)
King Huiwan (惠文王, ruled 338 BC - 311 BC), also known as King Hui (惠王): Ying Si (駟)
King Wu (武王, ruled 311 BC - 307 BC): Ying Dang (蕩)
King Zhaoxiang (昭襄王, ruled 307 BC - 250 BC, also known as King Zhao: Ying Ze (则) or Ying Ji (稷)
King Xiaowen (孝文王), ruled 250 BC: Ying Zhu (柱)
King Zhangxiang (荘襄王), ruled 250 BC - 246 BC: Ying Zichu (子楚)
King Zheng (政), ruled from 246 BC - 210 BC (as Qin Shi Huangdi from 221 BC onwards)
Qin Er Shi, ruled from 210 BC - 207 BC
Qing Wang Zi Ying