The epitaph of Shangguan Wan’er is exhibited to the public for the first time: see you on April 28
According to @Shaanxi News, recently, my country's first archaeological museum, the Shaanxi Archaeological Museum, was completed.
It will be put into trial operation on April 28, and the epitaph of Shangguan Wan'er will be displayed for the first time in the museum.
According to the report, Shangguan Wan'er was a neishe who was known as the "female prime minister" during Wu Zetian's time.
Moreover, archaeological findings revealed that Shangguan Wan'er's tomb was severely damaged, possibly because Tang Xuanzong believed that she was part of Princess Taiping's party and carried out "official destruction of the tomb".
According to Baidu Encyclopedia, Shangguan Wan'er (664-July 21, 710), a compound surname of Shangguan, also known as Shangguan Zhaorong, was from Shanxian County, Shanzhou (now Shanzhou District, Sanmenxia City, Henan Province).
She was good at writing and was re-used by Wu Zetian.
She was in charge of the imperial palace for many years, and most of the ministers' memorials were decided by her.
When Emperor Zhongzong of Tang Dynasty was named Zhaorong, he had a prominent position in the political and literary circles.
It has been suggested to expand the library and add a bachelor's degree.
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