Archaeologists unearthed 13 tombs in Qundo township, Bomi County, southwest Tibet. The structures are estimated to be between 1800 and 2700 years old.
Eight rock carvings from the period of the Tibetan Empire (618-842 AD) were found in the Tibet autonomous region’s Markham county. They were found during a scheduled survey by Chinese researchers.
Archaeologists found that hunter-gatherers might have lived permanently in the Tibetan Plateau at least 7400 years ago. This is nearly 4000 years earlier than researchers previously thought.