Can a stone coffin qualify as a non-portable object? If so, I might have a new addition to the British Museum
When I visited, I noticed this stone coffin
in front a big picture of a key-hole shaped mound (thus Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun
). However, I struggle at determining if the tomb where the coffin was found is actually inscribed. It is from Toyonaka-shi (Taikozuka dolmens at Sakuraidani), ten kilometers south of Osaka. It looks promising, but searching for those terms online always bring me back to the British Museum site... It rings a bell to someone?