The Cao Cao Mausoleum known as the Gaoling Mausoleum of Wei and the Xigaoxue Tomb No. 11. Cao Cao Mausoleum. Cao Cao’s mausoleum was listed as a Major Historical Site Protected at the National Level in 2013, but has yet to be opened to the public. 23 Reviews. On 27 December 2009, the Henan Provincial Cultural Heritage Bureau reported the discovery of Cao Cao's tomb in Xigaoxue Village, Anyang County, Henan. The Cao Cao Mausoleum, also known as the Gaoling Mausoleum of Wei and the Xigaoxue Tomb No. 3.9 /5. Top 2 in Can't Miss Attractions. The banner identifies the spot as "Cao Cao's Mausoleum" and "One of the ten biggest archaeological finds of 2009." Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Cao Cao (18 Jul–15 Mar), Find a Grave Memorial no. ... the local government in Anyang is proceeding with plans to create the Cao Cao Mausoleum Museum, a move which will indeed attract tourists from far and wide. The Cao Cao Mausoleum, also known as the Gaoling Mausoleum of Wei and the Xigaoxue Tomb No. On 27 December 2009, the Henan Provincial Cultural Heritage Bureau reported the discovery of Cao Cao's tomb in Xigaoxue Village, Anyang County, Henan. Main article: Cao Cao Mausoleum. Shutterstock. Download Image. The Cao Cao Mausoleum, also known as the Gaoling Mausoleum of Wei and the Xigaoxue Tomb No. Cao Cao Mausoleum [edit | edit source] Main article: Cao Cao Mausoleum. Cao Cao (155 to 220 AD) was a warlord and the penultimate Chancellor of the Eastern Han dynasty who rose to great power in the final years of the dynasty. Cao Cao Mausoleum. (Photo: Courtesy Pan Weibin, Henan Provincial Archaeology Institute) Cao Cao is more than just a historical figure—he's a cultural phenomenon. Cao Cao Mausoleum. Caught Red Handed. 1 like. Picture detail for Cao Cao Mausoleum : Title: Cao Cao Mausoleum Date: February 19, 2019 Size: 49kB Resolution: 500px x 432px More Galleries of Cao Cac Chinese Warlord OVERVIEW PEOPLE ALSO SEARCH FOR However, there were still a few signs the site was Cao Caos tomb, including a stone tablet that has the name 'King Wu of Wei' on, ones of Cao Cao's titles. Cao Cao (c. 155-220 CE) was a military dictator in ancient China during the end of the Han dynasty.Something more than a mere warlord, Cao Cao supported a puppet emperor and governed a large area of northern China. Cao Cac Chinese Warlord OVERVIEW PEOPLE ALSO SEARCH FOR Comunidad LGBPA - Home Face Of Mummified Leader Reconstructed Justin Bieber Fã Club - Home. 139326010, citing Cao Cao Mausoleum, Luoyang, Henan, China ; Maintained by The contributor from Taiwan (contributor 47030367) .