A recently excavated tomb changed centuries of belief about the final resting place of an ancient Chinese emperor. Photo: ThePaper
A recently excavated tomb changed centuries of belief about the final resting place of an ancient Chinese emperor. Photo: ThePaper

Scientists find emperor’s tomb after centuries of honour for wrong location

  • The mausoleum was an ancient pyramid that had been buried over the centuries
  • Emperor Wen is remembered well in the history books, overseeing a period of economic growth during the Han dynasty (206BC-220AD)

Topic |   Chinese culture
A recently excavated tomb changed centuries of belief about the final resting place of an ancient Chinese emperor. Photo: ThePaper
A recently excavated tomb changed centuries of belief about the final resting place of an ancient Chinese emperor. Photo: ThePaper
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