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Uploaded on Apr 1, 2008

nce owned by Gou Jian.the King of yue State in the Spring and Autumn Period of ancient China,was excavated and unearthed in December of 1965 from No.1 Tomb for the aristocrats of Chu State which was located in Wangshan Mountain,Jiangling,Jingzhou City, Hubei Province (approximately 7 Kilometers away from the old site of The Ancient Jinan Town-the capital of Chu State in the Spring and Autumn Period).As one of five outstanding overlord rulers.Gou Jian enjoved a noble prestige.But once he had lost a war against Fu Chai, the king of another state named Wu State.Due to the defeat, Gou Jian bitterly tasted a national humiliation.Nevertheless,Gou Jian did not lose his fighting spirit and faith.On the contrary,he made use of the relentless surroundings to sharpen his will and determination so as to have revenges sooner or later. In order to strengthen his willpower and not to forget the humiliation,Gou Jian slept on the firewood and even he hung a gallbladder over his sleeping place to taste the incredible bitterness.In this way, he at last achieved the success and made his once weak state become a stronger one.The sword mentioned above just Gou Jian's treasure.

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