Many ancient tombs are buried underground in China, because the Chinese are very devoted to death. For this reason, people often place their own relics and some funerary items in their tombs, which has also become a unique feature of ancient China. Culture. However, China has such a long history and different customs and customs in different times. It can also be seen in the ancient tombs unearthed today, and the corresponding age can be determined from different cultural relics.
For example, bronze wares are usually cultural relics from the Shang and Zhou dynasties, soya porcelains are usually cultural relics from the Song dynasty, and blue and white porcelain are from the Ming and Qing dynasties This is a unique historical mark, and the cultural relics unearthed from an ancient tomb in Xuzhou prove that jade burials prevailed during the Han Dynasty. In the 1980s, archaeological staff excavated a major archeological discovery in the Lion Rock in Xuzhou, that is, the painted terracotta warriors and horses in Xuzhou, which is also the third terracotta warrior in China.
However, one archeologist did not stop there. He firmly believed that the tomb of the emperor was hidden here. After seven years of searching and investigation, he could not find the entrance to the tomb. . Later, I accidentally chatted with the local villagers and learned that there is a huge sweet potato cellar in the villager’s home. He suddenly thought that maybe the entrance of the emperor’s mausoleum was under the cellar. It was such an accidental opportunity that a world-class tomb was discovered.
This ancient tomb is the tomb of King Chu of the Han Dynasty. It is large in scale and rare in the world. Historical records indicate that the craftsmen of the Han Dynasty almost hollowed out the entire mountain, at least it took It took only 20 years to build such a large mausoleum. But unfortunately, this ancient tomb has been seriously stolen. Fortunately, the jade clothes in the tomb are still aside from the jade pieces that have been taken away. The four gold-line jade clothes that it finds in China today use the most jade, the earliest date of incorporation, the best jade quality, and the finest craftsmanship. It is a top national treasure.
In addition, experts also found many jade articles from it. From the ancient tombs unearthed in the Han Dynasty, the use of jade articles was very common at that time, and it was common among nobles. Advocate white jade. There are many Hetian Baiyu boutiques in the Han Tombs in Xuzhou. They were unearthed even before Zhangye opened the Western Silk Road. This shows that the Western Han nobles had long imported white jade from Hotan, and the Jade Road opened earlier than the Silk Road.