King Su of Chu
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King Su of Chu (Chinese: 楚肅王; pinyin: Chǔ Sù Wáng, died 370 BC) was from 380 to 370 BC the king of the state of Chu during the Warring States period of ancient China. He was born Xiong Zang (Chinese: 熊臧) and King Su was his posthumous title.
King Su succeeded his father King Dao of Chu, who died in 381 BC. King Su died in 370 BC after 11 years of reign. Since he had no sons, his younger brother Xiong Liangfu ascended the throne and is known as King Xuan of Chu.
Upon his accession to Chu's throne, he executed more than seventy families which participated in the murder of Wu Qi and the insulting of King Dao of Chu's corpse. However, he also abolished Wu Qi's reformed policies. 
King Su of ChuDied: 370 BC
King Dao of Chu
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King Xuan of Chu
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