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Archaeologists begin second-stage excavation of ruins in N China town
From:Xinhua Net  Writer:Yang Shiyao  Date:2017-03-20
 Chinese archaeologists began the second-stage excavation of the ruins here, expecting to unveil functions of the town as an important trade port during the Jin (1115-1234) and Yuan (1271-1368) dynasties in Chinese history.


An archaeologist works at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017. 

Archaeologists work at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017.


Archaeologists work at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017. 


An archaeologist works at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017.

 
 
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