River mouth sink silver again water heritage Shu Wang Jinbao was chopped into more than 10 pieces by Zhang Xianzhong

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 River mouth sink silver again water heritage Shu Wang Jinbao was chopped into more than 10 pieces by Zhang Xianzhong


The stone cow is five to the stone tiger, the gold is worth ten thousand, who knows the broken, buys the Chengdu government. The legend of the battlefields at the end of the Ming Dynasty at the mouth of the Yangtze River in Pengshan has always been inseparable from treasure of gold and silver. In April 20th, the cover reporters learned that the archaeological excavation has made important achievements again, with more than 12000 cultural relics. Among them, a precious king of the Shu king came out of the water, which was the first time to come out of the Ming Dynasty. Cover news reporter Li Qing photo According to the records of the Ming Dynasty, the prince handed the prince a gold tablet. The son inherits the throne, grants the gold book, passes the golden treasure, that is to say, each palace has only one treasure, so it is more scarce and precious than the gold book. In the history of Ming Dynasty, it is recorded that (Prince) its treasure uses gold, tortoise and nu, according to Zhou Shu Fangs five inch two points, and is five inches thick. This golden treasure excavated from the water, though damaged, can clearly recognize the seal character Shu Shu, which should be identified from Shu Fus palace. But unfortunately, this treasure has broken into more than 10 pieces. Zhang Xianzhong did not regard it as an antiquities, but used it as a hard currency, chopped into more than 10 pieces, and the marks were clearly visible. Liu Zhiyan, the project leader, said that it would be repaired later, but it was very difficult. In this years archaeological excavations, more iron weapons, Tie Jian, iron forks and other weapons were found. In addition, three containers of firearms and gold bowls and silver bowls were first discovered in the ruins, which further confirmed that Jiangkou was an ancient battlefield site. Shuangliu, irrigation county (Dujiangyan), Deyang, Mianzhu, Wenjiang, Han Zhou (Guanghan)... In addition, many silver ingots inscribed in the Sichuan Province were discovered in the excavation. A large number of silver ingots and boat nails are inscribed on the names of Sichuan, and daily necessities, gold and silver jewelry are unique compared with last year. The discovery of ship nails also provides new clues for understanding the locations of wrecks. The silver deposit at Jiangkou, Pengshan, has been identified as one of the central areas of Zhang Xianzhongs silver deposit. One of the most important reasons is the discovery of large quantities of inscribed silver ingots. The silver ingot has not only the Great West year number, but also the heavy weight. These silver ingot are not all ordinary people. Li Fei, the head of the archaeological project, said that the price of a pig in the late Ming Dynasty was about 4 two. Such a silver ingot can buy more than 10 pigs. Cover news reporter Li Qing Photo Report source: cover news responsibility editor: Shao Xiaobo _NN2479 These silver ingot are not all ordinary people. Li Fei, the head of the archaeological project, said that the price of a pig in the late Ming Dynasty was about 4 two. Such a silver ingot can buy more than 10 pigs. Cover news reporter Li Qing photo