The archaeological excavation of the Qingong No. 1 tomb car was started in the Pre-Qin cemetery museum in Baoji City, Shaanxi Province. The archaeological staff will work continuously for more than 8 months on the excavation area of 1,600 square meters.
The Qingong No. 1 Tomb is the largest pre-Qin tomb in China. The cypress “Yellow Intestines” cookware in the diverticulum is the highest level of funerary in China during the Zhou and Qin Dynasties. The wooden monument on the outside of the two walls is the Chinese tomb. The earliest tombstone in history, the stone sarcophagus unearthed is the earliest sarcophagus found in China with inscriptions. The Qingong No. 1 tomb car pit was discovered in 1977. It is located on the south side of the East Tomb of the Qin Gong No. 1 Tomb. It is 86.3 meters long from east to west, 20 meters wide from north to south, and 14.6 meters deep. It is the largest in the Qingong cemetery. A car horse pit.