In Photos: Ancient King's Mausoleum Discovered in China

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Jiangdu mausoleum

Credit: Photo courtesy Chinese Archaeology
Archaeologists in China have discovered a mausoleum, dating back over 2,100 years, that contains three main tombs, 11 attendant tombs, two chariot-and-horse…Read More »

pits, two weapon pits and the remains of a wall that encompassed the complex. The mausoleum was built for Liu Fei (died 128 B.C.), who ruled a kingdom called Jiangdu that was part of the Chinese empire. This image shows Liu Fei's tomb at bottom and an adjacent tomb, for an unknown individual, at top.    Less «
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