Just came to Hunan and came to this place. This old house like a villa is behind Mawangdui. We stayed there for two days. We thought there were many stories. It was supposed to be the dormitory where the staff of the former hospital lived. During these two days, we were familiar with the guardian of the tomb. On the day of leaving, we thought it was not very good not to go to see it. We spent two yuan on it, though. Just a pit, nothing, but still quite shocked, feel that history exists, there are stories, I sat in it for a long time, but also feel a long time, I am very satisfied there.
To be honest, the first Mawangdui Han Tomb site was not particularly successful, because its specific address was not so obvious, and it was best to find it in the end. Tickets for Han tomb sites are not expensive, just a few yuan. Because most of the cultural relics have been transported to the museum, only the grave pit can be visited, but when you are at the edge of the grave pit, you can feel the past. On the wall around the grave pit, there are some introductions about the cultural relics unearthed from the Han tomb. Generally speaking, this trip is worthwhile.
Mawangdui Han Tomb has never been stolen for more than 2,000 years and is well preserved. As a result, a large number of cultural relics have been unearthed, especially the immortal corpse of the magical woman unearthed from Tomb No. 1 and the large number of silk documents unearthed from Tomb No. 3, which provided abundant information for the historical textual research of the early Western Han Dynasty and shocked the world. When unearthed, tomb No. 1 was sealed with white plaster and mud, so the female corpse remained intact after 2,000 years. When it was discovered, some gases erupted and burned. However, due to the lack of timely collection of gases and the lack of specific ingredients, it became a mystery that the female wet corpse remained intact for thousands of years.
See the ticket office, as long as 2 yuan, asked the staff that now No. 1 and No. 2 grave pits have been filled up, No. 3 grave pits have been consolidated, preserved, and built a large-span roof for people to visit. Tomb No. 2 is Hou Licang, the Prime Minister of Changsha in the early Han Dynasty. Tomb No. 1 is Li Cang's wife, the old lady. Tomb No. 3 is the son of Li Cang. Think of the guides in the Museum who said that Mawangdui could not apply for the World Heritage Site because they could not preserve the cultural relics at their original site. Sorry!
After so many years, so good corpses that can still be preserved have created a miracle for future generations, and have more research value for future generations, so that we can still see the corpses preserved with the wisdom of the ancients after thousands of years. Salute the ancients!
I've heard about it for a long time. After all, it still has its mystery.
It's a good place! Understand Chinese history and culture!!