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Bronze Age skates discovered in China, look like European

Bronze Age skates discovered in China, look like European

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A 3,600-year-old bone skate has been discovered at the site of the defunct Goaotai settlement in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwest China. These are the first bone skates ever found in China, and they are similar in design and style to similar skates of the same age in Europe. They may thus refer to the close connection between the two worlds in the Bronze Age.
21 richly furnished and 2,000-year-old royal tombs

21 richly furnished and 2,000-year-old royal tombs

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Last week, archaeologists discovered twenty-one pit tombs with luxurious furnishings and at least two hundred artifacts from the early n. Together with a rare "pair tomb," they harken back to an ancient Han Dynasty royal burial site...
1500 kg of bronze coins half a metre underground

1500 kg of bronze coins half a metre underground

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A huge hoard of 1.5-ton bronze coins from the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties was discovered in the eastern Chinese village of Shuangdun in Jiangsu province. The coins were connected by straw strings and arranged in neat rows.
Extremely valuable gold mask pushes knowledge of China's history

Extremely valuable gold mask pushes knowledge of China's history

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The more than 3,000-year-old gold mask was discovered in a rich nobleman's tomb during an archaeological excavation in Zhengzhou Shang City in central China's Henan Province. It is the first Shang Dynasty gold mask ever discovered and the only full-face mask of its kind.
13,000 unique 3,000-year-old artifacts discovered in China

13,000 unique 3,000-year-old artifacts discovered in China

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At the 7 km2 archaeological site in Sanxingdui, the excavation of sacrificial pits is underway, in which a joint team of archaeologists from the Institute for theSichuan Provincial Cultural Relics and Archaeology, Beijing and Sichuan Universities have uncovered nearly 13,000 amazing objects made of bronze, gold, jade and ivory. Many of the artefacts have no analogue in archaeology and are quite unique.
3/13/1938 Statue discovered by the Nazis made of meteorite

3/13/1938 Statue discovered by the Nazis made of meteorite

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In the 1930s, a Nazi expedition discovered a statue carved from a very valuable meteorite. It's believed to be about a thousand years old and has a swastika on its belly. The statue weighs ten kilograms and stands 24 centimetres tall.
Archaeologists have found 80 beautifully decorated and polished bronze mirrors

Archaeologists have found 80 beautifully decorated and polished bronze mirrors

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More than 80 bronze mirrors were found in 400 warring tombs (between 475 - 221 BC) and the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - 9) at a more than 2,000-year-old burial ground in Shenxi Province in northwest China. nl). Although a large part of the tombs was looted, archaeologists obtained more than 2,000 artifacts, including artfully crafted pottery and bronze objects ...
3000 years old golden mask

3000 years old golden mask

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A beautiful golden mask was discovered by archaeologists at the famous Chinese site of Sanxingdui. According to experts, it is about three thousand years old. It was located in a sacrificial pit, which was used during rituals.

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