Tomb owner confirmed as son of 'Marquis of Haihun'

Updated: 2018-01-29

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the relics unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the relics unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Archaeologists excavate the coffin of the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province, Jan 25, 2018. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the relics unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the relics unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan. 25, 2018 shows the metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the relics unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Jan 25, 2018 shows the agate unearthed from the No. 5 tomb of the Marquis of Haihun site in Nanchang, East China's Jiangxi province. A metal seal reading "Liu Chongguo" was unearthed from the No. 5 tomb at the Marquis of Haihun site, China's most complete Western Han Dynasty(206 B.C.- 25 A.D.) cemetery, and the identity of No. 5 tomb owner has been confirmed to be the eldest son of the controversial Chinese emperor Liu He. [Photo/Xinhua]

 

 

 

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