Archaeologists may have found tomb of ancient Chinese ruler

04/17/2013 | LiveScience.com

Researchers in China say they may have discovered the final resting place of one of the country's most feared tyrants, Emperor Yang of Sui. Archaeologists are still working to confirm whether the 215-square-foot burial chamber, discovered in the eastern city of Yangzhou, belongs to the emperor; buried jewels and other evidence in the chambers suggest someone royal was buried there.

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