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Ancient relics excavated in Sichuan
From:People's Daily  Writer:  Date:2014-04-04
Archaeologists have identified the relics excavated from ancient burial complexes in Jinyang county, South China's Sichuan province, April 2, 2014. The four relics include two bronze daggers and one copper cut of the Warring States Period (475-221BC), and one iron spade of the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220).

A bronze dagger excavated from a burial complex of the Warring States Period (475-221BC) in Jinyang county, South China's Sichuan province. 


A copper cut excavated from a burial complex of the Warring States Period 


Remains of human bones


 
 
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