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Ancient burial complex found in central China
From:People's Daily  Writer:  Date:2014-03-21


Archaeologists work at an ancient burial complex at Dashahe Wetland in Jiaozuo City, Central China’s Henan province

An archaeologist cleans up a skeleton that was found at the ancient burial complex 

A bronze ware is found at the ancient burial complex
 
Chinese archaeologists have discovered a well-preserved large burial complex dating back to the Shang and Zhou Dynasties (1600B.C.-256 B.C.)at Dashahe Wetland in Jiaozuo City, Central China’s Henan province. Money cowries, shell ornaments, bronze relics, jade objects, potteries and other cultural relics have been unearthed. This cultural site provides more scientific basis to archaeological research.


 
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