A Mysterious X-Shaped Ancient Tomb has been Excavated in China

Xbox 220 BC.

Archaeologists have recently excavated a mysterious x-shaped tomb in China.

The tomb’s surface has revealed an eerie similarity to, guess what? The Xbox.

The image of the discovered Chinese tomb was posted on Twitter and drew thousands of users’ attention due to the structure’s similarity with the Xbox Console logo.

It does look like the Xbox logo, doesn't it?
It does look like the Xbox logo, doesn’t it?

The image of the tomb eventually was picked up by the official Xbox Twitter account, joking: “Oh yes, that’s the Xbox 220 BC.”

Although some people first thought that it was a joke or a marketing stunt, the truth is that the tomb exists and belongs to the Chinese Qin Dynasty (221 BC-206 BC). Furthermore, the tomb’s image is authentic, and more about the discovery can be found in the video posted by the channel CCTV10 on their Weibo account.

The Qin Dynasty

The Qin dynasty is considered the first dynasty of Imperial China.

The Dynasty ruled over the Chinese land from around 221 to 206 BC and was named after its heartland in the Qin state. the Qin dynasty was founded by Qin Shi Huang, the First Emperor of Qin.

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