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Complex of tombs of Song Dynasty unearthed in SW China
From:Ecns  Writer:  Date:2017-12-26
A complex of nine tombs was discovered at a construction site in Honghua village of the county on December 1, and archaeologists concluded that the tombs' owners were a family dating back from the Song Dynasty (960-1127). Relics unearthed will have huge value for research into local history and folklore traditions. 


The photo taken on December 21, 2017 shows a bronze mirror and potteries unearthed from ancient tombs in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province. 


Archeologists work on the site of a newly-discovered tomb complex in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province on December 21, 2017. 


The photo taken on December 21, 2017 shows potteries unearthed from ancient tombs in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province.


Archeologists work on the site of a newly-discovered tomb complex in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province on December 21, 2017. 


The photo taken on December 21, 2017 shows potteries unearthed from ancient tombs in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province. 


 
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