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Situ is a surname which came from an official title. Shuns (2,255 2,205 B.C.) official title was Situ when he was under Emperor Yao (2,357 2,255 B.C), who later gave his throne to Shun. The rank of Situ is equivalent to that of a prime minister, with the duty of governing the people, in charge of land properties, education and culture. During the Zhou Dynasty, the rank of Situ was renamed as Da Situ. Among the descendents of Shun, a clan used his official title Situ as their last name, known as the Situs.
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