The mysterious impregnable tomb at the bottom of the lake is protected by 3,000 swords

The mysterious impregnable tomb at the bottom of the lake is protected by 3,000 swords 5

This ancient underwater tomb is located in Jiangsu, China.

According to previous word of mouth rumors, inside the tomb are hidden more than 3,000 rare swords.

This special tomb is that of the 24th king of Wu – Hap Lu.

Hap Lu (514 BC – 496 BC) was a famous king in history, he reigned for 18 years.

Hap Lu was the father of Phu Sai, the man who defeated Gou Tien and then also lost to Gou Tien.

Phu Sai was very filial to his father.

Because Hap Lu loved martial arts and tactics when he was alive, in addition to silver and jewels, Phu Sai also prepared many precious swords to accompany his father for burial.

The book Viet Tuyet Thu records: `Hap Lu’s tomb is under Kiem Lake, at the foot of Ho Khau Mountain.

According to the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, after Hap Lu died, his body was buried in the tomb with 3,000 precious swords, including some that were known as unique `divine swords`.

Viet Vuong Cau Tien was the first person who wanted to search for Hap Lu’s grave.

The book `Nguyen Hoa District Chi` by historian and prime minister of the Tang Dynasty named Ly Cat Phu wrote that in 219 BC, Qin Shi Huang came to Suzhou (in present-day Jiangsu province) and ordered his soldiers to dig up his grave.

Later, Hang Vu heard that Hap Lu’s tomb contained a universe, so he wanted to go in and rob it to create a great career.

The mysterious impregnable tomb at the bottom of the lake is protected by 3,000 swords

It wasn’t until the years of the Ming Dynasty and the Later Zhou Dynasty of the Ming Dynasty (1491 – 1521) that one of the `Four Great Tai Tues` of Jiangnan, Duong Ba Ho, almost broke into Hap Lu’s tomb.

In 1955, a group of experts used a pump to drain the water from the lake.

In 1978, a group of archaeologists decided to excavate Hap Lu’s tomb again.

After careful consideration, breaking these three stones would affect Ho Khau Tower, so experts were forced to stop the plan to excavate Ha Lu’s tomb.

Source: Sohu

The mysterious impregnable tomb at the bottom of the lake is protected by 3,000 swords

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