The conclusion was completely unexpected. A farmer was working in the field when he discovered a golden ox that had been guarding the priceless treasure for 2000 years…

The legendary tale of the farmer who discovered the golden horse in the meadow behind the field would have permitted the world to see the reconstruction of 230 priceless religious artefacts that had been hidden underground for more than 2,000 years.A villager from Douma Village was working in the fields in May 1981 in Xingng, Shaanx (China), when he unexpectedly discovered something glittering in the mud. He quietly attempted to ride the golden horse back into the distance when no one else was in the area.

Many people who heard this must have had the same impression: these grave robbers were afraid of “gold and silver touching people’s breasts,” so they secretly amassed for themselves. However, there were eventually “righteous” individuals from that time period, such as the famous person known as Co Qun Dien. After unearthing the golden horse from the mud, it was discovered to be a very delicate golden horse. He was so shocked that he was unable to speak, but he also realised that it appeared to be an old cultural story.

Mr. Cao used it in the field because he was concerned that he couldn’t protect this cultural artefact and was being teased by others. After finishing the farm chores, he travelled to the nearby Mu Lang Museum where he actively told everything that had happened and elaborated on the appearance of the golden ose. Cao Quan Dien must not have anticipated that his positive reporTing would enable an unparalleled treasure that had been buried far beneath the earth for more than 2,000 years to be re-enacTed in the world. The expedition immediately planned a visit to Dau Ma village after hearing the report.

Experts claim that since the village of Dou Ma is not far from Mau Lang, the residence of Emperor Wu of the Han, this artefact is most likely a personal possession of the emperor or another royal prince. The archaeological crew carefully dug the chariot under Cao Quan Dien’s direction. At first glance, this golden horse appears to be a rare collectible equine with a solid gait and regal posture. And in this archaeo-geographical history, this goden surprise is not the biggest one!

It turns out that the underground bural of Dau M hamlet is surrounded by many horse-drawn carriages and four ancient Han tombs with a history of more than 2,000 years. Expert statistics indicate that more than 230 priceless cultural artefacts, including diamonds, bronze artefacts, and acquerware, have been discovered in just the “palm” section of the Da Ma village.

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