The King of Wu is originally discovered in an undisclosed location near the southern provinces of China.

The King had been raised in royalty since birth, raised under the Wu dynasty. Though there is limited information regarding the King of Wu, there is sufficient evidence to support its claim of identity of royalty and of Chinese descendent. 


From what is known of the King of Wu, there is an assumption that as per tradition, he was raised under a noble house, surrounded by comfort and wealth. 






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1923 - Excavated from ancient archeological grounds found in the southern provinces of China. It was unidentified as all previous archeological ties to this mummy had not been found. Speculations began to surface regarding the identity of the mummy. 

1925 - Archeological grounds successfully excavated and the mummy body transported to the 

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