XIONG LI (Chinese : 熊麗, reigned 11th century BC) was an early ruler of the state of Chu during the early Zhou Dynasty of ancient China. He succeeded his father Yuxiong , who was the teacher of King Wen of Zhou , the first king of Zhou. Xiong Li's ancestral surname was Mi (芈), but he adopted the second character of his father's name – Xiong , literally "bear" – as the royal clan name of Chu, which is now the 72nd most common surname in China.
* ^ A B Sima Qian . "楚世家 (House of Chu)". Records of the Grand Historian (in Chinese). Retrieved 1 March 2012.
Xiong Li HOUSE OF MI
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Monarchs of Chu
* Xiong Yi * Xiong Ai * Xiong Dan * Xiong Sheng * Xiong Yang * Xiong Qu * Xiong Kang * Xiong Zhi * Xiong Yan (elder) * Xiong Yong * Xiong Yan (younger) * Xiong Shuang * Xiong Xun * Xiong E * Ruo\'ao * Xiao\'ao * Fenmao
* King Wu * King Wen * Du\'ao * King Cheng * King Mu * King Zhuang * King Gong * King Kang * Jia\'ao * King Ling * Zi\'ao * King Ping * King Zhao * King Hui * King Jian * King Sheng * King Dao * King Su * King Xuan * King Wei * King Huai * King Qingxiang * King Kaolie * King You * King Ai * Fuchu * Lord Changping