Mysterious ancient tombs of China

China is in no hurry to open their secrets to the world and there are many ancient structures which the world does not know, but something we know now. This article will present famous and not so famous, the tombs are located in China.

Discoveries in these ancient tombs might contradict the official story, but for some reason modern science is not in a hurry to pay attention to these artifacts. I was particularly struck by steelconsult discovered in one of the tombs. There have been discovered several. And what science says about this tool, First the calipers with a Vernier appeared in the late 18th century in London, although wood without Vernier calipers were used already in the 17th century As it is not so!




Artifacts of Sanxingdui culture (2800-800 BC) Bronze wheel of jade and Calipers bronze and copper made in the beginning of our era.


What do you make of this bronze gear. The Qin dynasty and Han (206 BC—220 ad)





Ruifeng Cliff – a large and densely concentrated group of tombs carved in the rock on the West Bank of the Minjiang river, near the city of Meishan. Basically, Ruifeng Cliff consists of a small camera, usually of rectangular form with cut in the wall niches. There are several medium and large tombs, whose walls are covered with carvings. Most of the graves dated 25– 220 ad.





Shaohao Tomb is a Tomb in the shape of a pyramid located on the Eastern edge of the city of Qufu in Shandong province. It is believed that it is buried Shao Hao (Shaohao) – the son of the legendary ruler of China and the mythical character of Huang di. In 1111 the Emperor Hui-Tsung earthen mound covered with stone slabs and tombs took on the form of a truncated pyramid. At the moment it has a width at the base of 28.5 meters and a height of 8.73 m. On the flat top stands a small temple, where the statue presumably of Huang di or Shaohao.





The funerary complex at Kaba – Ancient burial complex near the border with Russia in the County of Kaba (Habahe) of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region. Mostly consists of tombstones in the form of small heaps of stones.There are also some large tombs built of stone slabs, some weighing about a ton. According to archaeological excavations the first burial was made almost 4,000 years ago.






Yinan Han Tomb Museum – Museum located in inane. Consists of a showroom for demonstration of cultural relics of the Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 ad) and several tombs of the same dynasty.The largest and most lavishly decorated tomb covers an area of 44.2 square meters.Its length 8,7 m, width of 7.55 meters and an average height of 2.74 meter. All this space is divided into eight rooms of various sizes.





Xixia Imperial Tombs is One of the largest and best preserved Imperial tombs of China. Is the burial complex of the Western Xia dynasty (1038-1227), the ruling in the Tangut state (now Shaanxi province and Gansu). Located in the foothills of Helan in Huasco Autonomous region, 35 kilometers from Yinchuan.Covers an area of about 50 km and includes nine Imperial tombs and 253 burials of members of the Imperial family and nobles.







Complex of Goguryeo Tombs – a Complex of tombs of the Goguryeo state is located in JI’an in Jiangxi province. In the period between the V and VII centuries, Goguryeo was one of the strongest States in the North-East of China and on the Korean Peninsula. Positively, the complex was used as the burial site of the rulers and other members of the ruling family and dignitaries in high places. Most of the tombs could not stand the test of time and are now in very poor condition. The best preserved is the tomb in the pyramid of the twentieth ruler – jangsu.





Qijiang Jianghan Graves – tomb of the Late Eastern Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 ad) carved in the rocks 50 km South of the town of Qijiang, Sichuan province. In connection with long history, combined with frequent earthquakes and erosion most of the tombs are under the threat of extinction.