Burial of a warrior with the dead
Stone Coffin No. 11 is constructed at the east from the northwest of main stone room and has 180cm of length, 41cm of width, and 34cm of height. The human bones of the whole body including head bone, arm bones, leg bones, and toe bones were found inside the stone coffin. In consideration of the situation of human bones at excavation, it was found that the head was directed to the west. As the grave goods, a long neck pot and its lid was found near to legs and a arrowhead was found near the lid. A handled pot and its lid were found at the bedside and two bridged dishes were placed with folding and containing rooster bones. 76.5cm of a long sword was placed at 43cm from the west wall to the direction of human bones and one pair of gold earrings were found at both sides of head bone. When the human bone was analyzed, the person was found to be a late 20’s male person. In consideration of being a late 20’s male person and burial of a long sword and an arrowhead, the person is estimated to be a guard warrior for the main person of the tomb.
Burial of a horse-handling male person with the dead
Stone Coffin No. 25 was constructed at the north of main stone room and has 248cm of length, 60cm of width, and 53cm of height with no remained bone inside. In terms of the grave goods, earthenware was placed at the lower position and horse equipments were placed at the upper position. The earthenware consisted of four lid pots, three large-mouth pots having flat bottoms, four long neck pots, one lid bridged dish, and one lidless bridged dish and the horse equipments consisted of one pair of foot rings, one saddle, four belts, and two bronze horse bells; also, one iron ox and one iron sickle were found. In consideration of the emphasized burial of horse equipments, the person is expected to be the job related with horses.
Burial of a female person with the dead
Stone Coffin No. 32 is constructed at the south of main stone room and has 210cm of length, 40cm of width, and 33cm of height. Head bone was found at 40cm from the southeast wall and hip bone at 100cm and leg bones at 72cm from the northeast wall. In terms of grave goods, a lid and a long neck pot was found near to southeast wall and one pair of gold earrings were found near the head bone. The pieces of lids, a lidded pot, and a lidded bridged dish were placed at the foot area attached with the northeast wall. The main person of this stone coffin was found to be a mid 20’s female person and was estimated to be a female servant of the main person in consideration of the earrings worn by her.
Burial of the commoner
Stone Coffin No. 30 is constructed at the west of main stone room and has 170cm of length, 30cm of width, and 24cm of height. Head bone and teeth were placed attached with the southeast wall of the stone coffin and arm legs were found near to them. Finger bones were placed at a somewhat apart position and leg bones were placed at the lower position; the head is expected to be placed toward the southeast. In terms of grave goods, one lid pot and one long neck pot were placed near to the head and a bridged dish and a lid long neck pot were placed at the foot area. The person buried with the dead in this stone coffin was found to be a mid 30’s male person and, in consideration of no existence of grave goods, he is expected to be the commoner.