A glazed pottery model of a pestle, about 6 inches (15 cm) long. in real life pestles were used for grounding up plants.
An 8 inch (20 cm) ceramic model of a Boshan censer, an item used for burning. In the preceding Han Dynasty clay models of objects were often made for burial with the deceased.
A glazed pottery model of a cosmetic case. It has a concave base and pattern designs.
A bronze censer, its decoration includes flower and plant patterns.
A stone pig figurine, one of three hog images found in the tomb.
A jar finished with a green glaze.
Bronze belt hook
A bronze belt hook, 7 inches (18 cm) long, with a beast head-shaped hook head.
An iron brazier, now rusted, made up of a stove and basin. The overall height is about 7 inches (19 cm) and the diameter of the stove is almost the same.
A bronze lamp, a simple tool, handy for one working their way through the afterlife.
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Owen Jarus is a regular contributor to Live Science who writes about archaeology and humans' past. He has also written for The Independent (UK), The Canadian Press (CP) and The Associated Press (AP), among others. Owen has a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Toronto and a journalism degree from Ryerson University.