The riddle of the Swiss watch in the tomb of an emperor from 400 years ago

The imperial tomb of Xi Qing, which was untouched for nearly four centuries, was discovered by archaeologists from China in December of 2008.

After scientists removed a layer of earth around the imperial sarcophagus, archaeologists found a small piece of metal, which, when examined in detail, turned out to be a watch from Switzerland, with engraving and hands that stopped at 10:06. The crypt, according to archaeologists, had not been disturbed for four hundred years.

This fact can hardly be explained or by anything that’s possible. The possibility must not be excluded that some kind of time traveler could have left his watch in the tomb.