Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb: The largest tomb excavated in China so far

The Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb is the largest tomb excavated in China so far. The 186 monks…

The Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb is the largest tomb excavated in China so far. The 186 monks in the tomb are the tombs that have been found in China since the Western Zhou Dynasty. Qin Jinggong is a more powerful Qin Wang. When he was in power, Qin Guoguo’s national strength was also on the rise. In ancient times, when things were dead, there must be a lot of treasures! Although more than 3,000 pieces of cultural relics were unearthed, and the bronzes were heavy, the large objects were looted by the robbers.


Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb: The largest tomb excavated in China so far
Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb: The largest tomb excavated in China so far

The Qingong Tomb is the earliest discovered and the only excavated tomb in the entire Qingong cemetery. It is called the Qingong No. 1 tomb. It is located in the west of the Guanzhong Plain, in the territory of Fengxiang, Shaanxi Province, and is located in Sanchayuan, west of the Qinshui River.

The tomb plane is in the shape of “middle”, with a total length of 300 meters and an area of ​​5,334 square meters. There are things tombs and tombs. The excavated Qingong No. 1 tomb occupies the top five in the history of Chinese archaeology: it is the largest pre-Qin tomb in China. The 186 monks in the tomb are the tombs that have been found in China since the Western Zhou Dynasty. The cypress wood “yellow intestines” is the highest level of funerary in China and the Qin Dynasty. The wooden monument on the outside of the two walls of the chamber is the earliest tombstone in the history of Chinese tombs. In particular, the sarcophagus unearthed in the tomb is the earliest sarcophagus found in China. The most precious is the text on the stone sarcophagus, as many as 180, the font is 籀文, which is similar to the “Shiguwen”. According to the above text, the owner of the tomb is Qin Jinggong.

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