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1,400-year-old tomb of emperor in China


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1,400-year-old tomb of emperor in China reveals evidence of royal power struggle among brothers and a warlord

An inscription on the 1,400-year-old tomb shows the dead man, who was posthumously declared emperor, was buried as a duke.


The 1,400-year-old tomb of a Chinese emperor confirms a political power struggle between royal brothers and a warlord that, until now, was known only from historical records.


The official Chinese news agency Xinhua reported last week that archaeologists had unearthed the tomb near the city of Xianyang in Shaanxi province, about 560 miles (900 kilometers) southwest of Beijing.

Read More: Live Science



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He and his dynasty were ethnic Turkic-Mongols.

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