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Tomb of Marquis of Haihun in Jiangxi Sheds Light on China’s Imperial Past

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Such vicissitudes might have deprived his life of imperial glory, but the relics unearthed from his tomb tell a different story, revealing a dynasty’s grandeur.

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Sep 30, 2022 09:00 EDT

Dethroned after 27 days, the shortest reign among Western Han emperors, Liu He (92-59 B.C.), master of the Haihunhou Tomb, was banished as a commoner, and later allowed to reside near a lake and given the title of the Marquis of Haihun. He died in his early 30s, reports People’s Daily Online. Its reporting team visited the site and interviewed a leading researcher.

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