In addition to leaving us with some culture, our ancestors also passed on some treasures to us, some of which are even valuable. These treasures are usually collected by the state in some specialized institutions, or some have been looted by foreign countries. But there are 5 "Treasures of the Country" in history. Until now, no one has found them. Their value cannot be measured with money. Let's meet together next!
The first is Qin Shihuang's Chuanyu Jade Seal. It is said that the Chuanyu Jade Seal can withstand high temperatures and is still in the world, but this Jade Seal has gone through many years and eventually lost its "shadow" in the late Tang Dynasty. Can't find it either. The second one is Wang Xizhi's Preface to the Lanting Collection. Presumably, everyone must be very familiar with this, because this is also something we must learn when we go to school. The technique is almost perfect, but the original trace is nowhere to be found.
The third is the Beijing skull. This is actually the skull of the Chinese ape man. This is of great research value. His whereabouts were later unknown after being transferred to the United States Marine Corps.
The fourth is the Jiulong sword buried by Emperor Qianlong, and he was buried in the emperor's tomb after his death. After being stolen by warlord Sun Dianying, his whereabouts are unknown, and it is impossible to know what the sword became. The fifth is the night pearl of Cixi. After Cixi died, he was buried in the Eastern Tombs of Qing Dynasty. Later, he was stolen by Sun Dianying and fell into Song Meiling's hands.
These treasures are historical artifacts of very high value. What is their fate? We have no way of knowing it, but we must condemn the grave robbers for illegally stealing antiquities, which is against the law. What do you think about this?