In the Chinese Haihunhou cemetery near Nanchang City, archaeologists have found astonishing treasure – about 20,000 gold coins and objects about two thousand years old, which is impossible to estimate market value. It is assumed that the tomb in which he found the gold belonged to Lu Heu, the granddaughter of a powerful Emperor Wu of Han, who ruled China from 156 BC-87 BC. Archaeologists exploring this area in the capital of East China province of Jiangxi for past five years, and consider it the best preserved royal tomb of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC – 8 AD).
Until now there was discovered more than 10,000 items of bronze, silver and gold with an important cultural and historical value.
Among the remains are found and the stunning amount of old coins, crockery, furniture parts such as lamps and beds. Archaeological remains have proven that the dynasty enjoyed drinking wine, which was extremely rare at that time, and only available to the richest strata of Chinese society.