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The East Han Tomb of the King of Pengcheng in Tushan
       Abstract:

      Tushan is located to the north of the Xuzhou museum. According to historical records, Tushan used to be the tomb of Yafu and Fanzeng. It is said that Fanzeng helped Xiangyu overthrow the Qin dynasty, which was deeply loved by the soldiers. After his death, the soldiers built tombs for him. Actually, it was the tomb of king Pengcheng.

      The East Han tomb of king Pengcheng consists of three large tombs.

      No. 1 Han tomb is located in the northwest of Tushan. Discovered in 1969, nearly 100 burial objects were unearthed, including silver, copper, iron, pottery, lacquer, jade, stone beads and others. A relatively complete jade suit sewed with silver thread was also found there.

      No.2 Han tomb, located in the middle of the enclosure, is being excavated by the Xuzhou Museum after being approved by the National Cultural Heritage Administration in 2004.

      Tomb No.3, located in the northwest of the Tushan, was excavated by the Xuzhou museum in 2002.

      Introduction:

      Tushan is located to the north of the Xuzhou museum. According to historical records, Tushan used to be the tomb of Yafu and Fanzeng. It is said that Fanzeng helped Xiangyu overthrow the Qin dynasty, which was deeply loved by the soldiers. After his death, the soldiers built tombs for him. Actually, it was the tomb of king Pengcheng.

      The East Han tomb of king Pengcheng consists of three large tombs.

      No. 1 Han tomb is located in the northwest of Tushan. Discovered in 1969, nearly 100 burial objects were unearthed, including silver, copper, iron, pottery, lacquer, jade, stone beads and others. A relatively complete jade suit sewed with silver thread was also found there.

      No.2 Han tomb, located in the middle of the enclosure, is being excavated by the Xuzhou Museum after being approved by the National Cultural Heritage Administration in 2004.

      Tomb No.3, located in the northwest of the Tushan, was excavated by the Xuzhou museum in 2002.