Shanxi University found that 3 tombs in the Western Jin Dynasty have been stolen and only a small number of funerary objects have been excavated.

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 Shanxi University found that 3 tombs in the Western Jin Dynasty have been stolen and only a small number of funerary objects have been excavated.


Dongshan campus of Shanxi University is located in the southwest of Lao Feng Village, Xiaodian District, Taiyuan. The three tombs are located in the southeast corner of the campus. The multi room brick tomb consists of a tomb Road, a corridor, a front room, a back room, and an ear chamber on both sides of the East and West. The main room is square in shape, 285 centimetres in length, 276 centimeters in length and 290 centimeters in height. The roof of the tomb has been destroyed, and it is presumed to be the vault of the fornix. The bottom of the tomb room is a man shaped green brick. Three piles of scattered human bones were found in the tomb. The burial unearthed 7 pieces of burial, respectively the front room unearthed 1 small pottery, 1 position to the three Gong bronze mirrors and some broken mica film; the West ear room unearthed 2 small Tao Zhan; the East ear room unearthed 3 small pottery. The bronze mirrors unearthed from the tombs are the same as the bronze mirrors unearthed from the West Jin Tomb of the Taiyuan tip lawn and the Western Jin Tomb of the Taiyuan Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd., and the pottery is similar to the tomb of the West Jin tomb in Shunyi, Beijing. The multi chamber brick tombs of one main room and three side rooms are very similar to the tomb of the Western Jin Dynasty of Taiyuan Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd. Therefore, it was assumed that the age of the tomb was the period of the Western Jin Dynasty. In addition, in the northwestern side of the multi room tombs, it is a single room tomb. The burial is formed as a rectangular cave Tomb of the slope cemetery. The cemetery is located on the south side of the tomb room. The block brick is used as a man. The upper part of the tomb has been demolished by the tomb robber in the early years. The aisle is a brick voucher. The top of the tomb has been destroyed, the length of the tomb is 296 centimeters, 178-202 centimeters wide, and 170 centimeters deep from the ground. The floor of the tomb was scattered and covered with pieces of brick. There are two wooden coffins in the north and south of the tomb. Because of the excavation, the coffin was incomplete, and most of them were thrown outside the coffin. 7 burial objects were excavated from the tomb, 1 pottery, 2 pottery and 1 three to three bronze mirrors unearthed in the Yong road. 1 pottery jars were excavated in the southeast corner of the tomb, 1 baht coins and 1 Daquan fifty. There are 1 five baht coins unearthed in the coffin on the west side. The pottery jars and bronze mirrors unearthed from the Yong road are the same as those of the Taiyuan Tomb of the Western Jin Dynasty and the pottery jar unearthed from the Taiyuan Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd. It was preliminarily conjectured that the age of the tomb was the period of the Western Jin Dynasty. The other is a single room tomb. The tomb is a rectangular earth cave tomb with a length of 500 cm and a width of 100 cm. The tomb is rectangular in shape. The floor of the tomb was scattered and covered with pieces of brick. A wooden coffin is placed inside the tomb. The head is in front of the tomb door. The head is 58 centimeters wide, the foot is 40 centimeters wide and the length is 214 centimeters long. Only the skull and a few limb bones in the coffin were deduced from the skull, and the burial style could not be judged. A lime pillow is seen in the head of the coffin. There are only 1 pieces of tombs in the burial tombs, which are excavated on brick doors. The pottery pot is the same as the pottery jetties and patterns unearthed from the tomb of the Western Jin Dynasty in the pointed lawn of Taiyuan. The tomb is next to a single room tomb with the same shape of the tombs. It should be the same family cemetery. There are very few tombs in the Western Jin Dynasty discovered in Shanxi. At present, only two tombs of the Western Jin Dynasty in Taiyuan and Taiyuan Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd. are seen. The three Western Jin tombs of the Dongshan campus of Shanxi University were stolen, but the age of the tomb could be judged by the surviving pottery, bronze mirrors and burial forms. These three tombs enriched the tombs of the tombs of the Western Jin Dynasty in Shanxi, and provided new materials for further study of the history and culture of the Western Jin Dynasty in the northern part of the country. Source: Shanxi News Network - Shanxi evening news editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 The other is a single room tomb. The tomb is a rectangular earth cave tomb with a length of 500 cm and a width of 100 cm. The tomb is rectangular in shape. The floor of the tomb was scattered and covered with pieces of brick. A wooden coffin is placed inside the tomb. The head is in front of the tomb door. The head is 58 centimeters wide, the foot is 40 centimeters wide and the length is 214 centimeters long. Only the skull and a few limb bones in the coffin were deduced from the skull, and the burial style could not be judged. A lime pillow is seen in the head of the coffin. There are only 1 pieces of tombs in the burial tombs, which are excavated on brick doors. The pottery pot is the same as the pottery jetties and patterns unearthed from the tomb of the Western Jin Dynasty in the pointed lawn of Taiyuan. The tomb is next to a single room tomb with the same shape of the tombs. It should be the same family cemetery. There are very few tombs in the Western Jin Dynasty discovered in Shanxi. At present, only two tombs of the Western Jin Dynasty in Taiyuan and Taiyuan Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd. are seen. The three Western Jin tombs of the Dongshan campus of Shanxi University were stolen, but the age of the tomb could be judged by the surviving pottery, bronze mirrors and burial forms. These three tombs enriched the tombs of the tombs of the Western Jin Dynasty in Shanxi, and provided new materials for further study of the history and culture of the Western Jin Dynasty in the northern part of the country.