1. Queen’s mausoleum in Nefertari
Queen Nefertari is king Ramesses II’s favorite concubine. When she died, the Pharaoh built the most luxurious and largest mausoleum for her. It is said that on the three walls of the mausoleum, the princess’s life in heaven is depicted. Unfortunately, the princess’s body and many mummies have been stolen.
2. Tomb of Tutankhamun
This ancient tomb in Egypt is the smallest one among the tombs of Egyptian emperors. One reason why it was named “the top ten ancient tombs in the world” is because of its good preservation and the mysterious curse of this tomb. Behind a statue in the tomb, there is such a sentence: I am the guardian of Tutankhamun’s mausoleum, and I use the desert fire to drive out those tomb robbers. Since the excavation of ancient tombs, there have been many strange accidents.
3. Terracotta warriors and horses of Qin Shihuang
The terracotta warriors and horses of the first emperor of Qin are the pride of our Chinese people. However, the terracotta warriors and horses can not completely represent the mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin. This is just the tip of the iceberg – the burial pit of the terracotta warriors and horses. The real Mausoleum of Qin Shihuang has not been excavated, which also contains many mysteries.
4. Tattooed and armored Queen’s tomb
This ancient tomb was found in 2005 in elbrujo, Peru. The owner of the tomb is a queen in Royal armor during the Moche period. According to records, the leaders of the Moche period are all men. Besides, beside the tomb, a girl with a gold crown and a gold bowl was found.
5. Oates iceman
The oz Iceman is a 5300 year old corpse found on the Austrian Italian border in 1991. It is the best preserved ancient corpse in the world.
6. The catacombs of the clergymen of palermogab
The catacombs were discovered in Italy in 1599. The catacombs are located in the basement of a Catholic Church. There are more than 8000 mummies in the whole basement (catacombs). They are quite spectacular, and each of them is standing (actually hanging on the wall), and the head is slightly down, making a prayer complaint.
This is an Anglo Saxon ship burial tomb discovered in 1939 (there is no body on the ship, and all the treasures including the whole ship are souvenirs for a king). A large number of treasures have been found in this ship burial tomb, including pure gold belt, gold-plated and silver plated iron helmet with garnet, gold money box cover and two drinking corner cups.
8. Mawangdui, Changsha
In addition to more than 3000 precious cultural relics unearthed from Mawangdui in Changsha in the Han Dynasty, the most important one is a fresh female corpse, which is similar to that of a person who has just died. She is different from a mummy. Mummy is a dry corpse, and this wet corpse is no different from a real person, which can be called a miracle in antisepsis.
9. Roaring lion
The roaring lion is the fresco of an ancient tomb in 700 BC. It is the earliest fresco in Europe. It is decorated with migratory birds and roaring lions.
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Pompeii’s doomsday will be fixed in 1000 years ago, lovers intimate moment, the volcano is merciless and people have feelings
》Pompeii is a very prosperous ancient city at that time, but it was buried by volcanic ash in an instant. The whole ancient city was frozen in the volcanic ash, and now it is still vivid after excavation.