In 221, when Liu Bei became the emperor, he was promoted to the general of Hussar, led Liangzhou to herd, and guarded Yangpingguan (now the old town of Mian County). He died at the age of 47 in 222 and was buried here. In 227 AD, Zhuge Liang went to the northern expedition of Cao Wei and passed through the tomb of Ma Chao, asking his brother Ma Dai to hang filial piety, and Liang personally pays tribute to the tomb, inspiring the soldiers of the three armies to turn grief into strength. In 1983, the People's Government of Mian County announced it as a county-level key cultural relics protection unit. The county museum set up a cultural protection team in the local area, delineated the four boundaries, established protection files, and installed protection signs for protection management.
Ma Chao's tomb and Wuhou Temple are not far apart, and they are opposite to Wuhou Tomb. Ma Chao's image in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Cao Cao's mighty and majestic posture once made Cao Cao frightened, but he was unknown in the second half of his life, but for the rest of his life.