Complex of tombs of Song Dynasty unearthed in SW China

Source:Ecns.cn Published: 2017/12/21 17:57:09

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. 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. (Photo: China News Service/ Yue Huagang)


 

The photo taken on December 21, 2017 shows potteries unearthed from ancient tombs in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province. 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. (Photo: China News Service/ Yue Huagang)


 

The photo taken on December 21, 2017 shows potteries unearthed from ancient tombs in Qingshen county of Southwest China’s Sichuan province. 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. (Photo: China News Service/ Yue Huagang)


 

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 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. (Photo: China News Service/ Yue Huagang)


 

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