Tomb complex found in China

Published on April 16th, 2012 | by Admin

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A 53-tomb complex has been unearthed during construction in Anhui province, China.

Zhao Lanhui, deputy researcher of the Bengbu Cultural Relics Institute, said, “lying south to north would perhaps be people of four generations. Due to its size, we know the tombs come from the Song Dynasty. It’s small with a simple style.

The tombs hold a unique character that were built in an animal shape.”

Though some tombs have been plundered over the years, precious relics have emerged, such as bronze mirrors, gold and silver garments, along with pottery boxes.

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Story: China Daily | Photo: CCTV News

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