Ritual remains

Source:CFP Published: 2014-2-12 0:53:01

An archaeological site in Qingjian, Northwest China's Shaanxi Province which dates back to the Shang Dynasty (C.1600-1046 BC) was announced on Monday to have been discovered by the Shaanxi Archeology Institute. The site covers roughly 4,200 square meters and is said to be the largest ritual-related architecture site from that era so far. Photo: CFP

A three-legged vase unearthed at the site. Photo: CFP


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