In 1972, an archaeologist found an ancient tomb in Inner Mongolia. During the excavation of this ancient tomb, experts discovered a female corpse, still wearing a long dragon. But what is more special is that on the thigh of this corpse is still a few strange blood stains .
The tomb area is about 45 meters wide and 105 meters long with an area of approximately 5000 square meters. To the south of the tomb is a large gate, the north erected a square stone tablet with a size of 15x15 meters. The western space is where the offerings are made. In addition, there are many rooms in the tomb, extremely complex design. This tomb contains a lot of valuable cultural relics, valuable collection and historical research.
When opening the coffin in the ancient tomb, experts were quite surprised when the inside is a female body almost intact, the skin retains the elasticity like a living person. Based on the corpses, they speculate that this is a woman 1m5 or 1m6 tall, black hair and 75cm long, can see this person in life is definitely a good looking appearance.
The head of the corpse is to the south, the foot is to the north, the head of the phoenix (the phoenix-shaped hat of the queen and the ancient concubines) in gold. On the hands of this person also wearing a gold ring, feet wearing red embroidery shoes. The body draped in many layers of costumes, the outer is a long cell with pearls. It is this dragon cells that has shocked many people, because according to historical knowledge, no female corpse wearing dragon cells has been found before .
Long cells are put on the female corpse.
As we all know, dragon cells are only reserved for ancient emperors, symbolizing the solemnity and power of the head of the country. In the Qing Dynasty, there were no emperors, only Cixi Empress Dowager let go of the curtain to monitor the truth. Before that, only Wu Zetian was the only emperor in Chinese history. This made experts wonder about the identity of the other female corpse, whether there were any other emperors in history but not in the books.
Tracing the tracks in the ancient tomb and the information discovered earlier, the archaeologists quickly identified the identity of the other female corpse. She is the fourth daughter of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty: Vinh Hien Princess. Her biological mother was Vinh Phi Ma Giai Thi, one of the first concubines of Emperor Khang Hi.
Vinh Phi Ma Giai Thi has been favored by Emperor Khang Hi and given birth to 3 sons and 3 daughters. Unfortunately, two of the three daughters who died at a young age, Vinh Hien Princess is the only one alive, loved by the king. When growing up, Vinh Hien Princess was conferred a Master of Merit Princess Honor; then became close with O Uy Co (the son of Ba Lam District of Ng Ngau Qi).
Glory to the Princess died at 56 years old, all life in happiness. The moment she died was also the time when the Emperor awarded her, the reward was a dragon . The Honor of the Princess was the first person in history to be awarded a dragon fruit, which proved her status was very noble.
The corpse in the ancient tomb is the fourth daughter of Emperor Kang Hi of the Qing Dynasty: Vinh Hien Princess. (Illustration).
However, after removing the long cells on the body, the archeologists discovered another strange trace, a few bloodstains on the thigh . The status of the Princess' Glory is truly special, cannot be humiliated by others.
Therefore, some people speculate that this may be menstrual blood. The deceased was not allowed to "drain" all of the menstrual blood before burial. But this view was immediately rejected because at the time of death, the 56-year-old Princess of Glory could not have a physiological cycle like the young.
Many hypotheses have been proposed but experts are constantly refuting. To this day, the bloodstains on the body of the Vinh Hien Princess are still unsolved secrets.