CaoCao’s tomb was storied to have 72 different tomb sites build in China’s Wei kingdom in the Three Kingdoms period (AD 208 to 280). Experts in China had their doubts about CaoCao’s 72 tombs. China’s archaelogy officials had verified the discovery of CaoCao’s tomb in XigaoXue which is a village in Anyang, county of Henan province. China’s archaeologist had being excavating the site for one year plus and had found evidence of CaoCao’s tomb (See pictures above).
Archaeologist had also found human bones (One male aged 60, and two female aged 50+ and 20+)
They believed that the male bones belongs to CaoCao and the older female bones belongs to CaoCao’s empress and the younger female was the empress’s close servant. Many relics from the Three Kingdoms were also being unearthed at approximately 740sq m area around the tomb (See pictures above).
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