Thursday, November 25, 2010

Couple tomb of Northern Song Dynasty discovered

An archaeologist discovered a couple's tomb of the Northern Song Dynasty in Changshan village. More than 20 pieces of unearthed artifacts, such as stone inkstone, pottery, porcelain bowls, Lohan likenesses, silver hairpins, bronze mirrors and bronze coins were found in the tomb.

The archaeologists found that the roof has been damaged and the skeletons and coffins have rotted inside. Later they found that the tomb is a husband and wife couple tomb 3.5 meters in length and 1.2 meters high.


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