Subway construction works in Chengdu, Sichuan province of China, unearthed a tomb being more than 2100 years old, which contained small model looms being the earliest evidence on record of looms that could be used to weave patterns.
Archaeologists uncovered 25 tombs in at Longjingshan and Zongzaigang, Guangzhou of Guangdong province, south-eastern China. The burial area contains tombs dated between periods of Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BC) and Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD).
Archaeologists unearthed a site, known as Yongshan Blood Pool, Fengxiang, Shaanxi province, China, that may have been used by ancient Emperors of China to carry out animal sacrifices through slaughtering and burying cattle.
Within the recently opened tomb in Nanchang, Jiangxi province, central China, belonging to the Chinese Emperor Liu He of the of Western Han Dynasty (206 BC – 24 AD) archaeologists discovered numerous handwritings and symbols at the bottom of the outer coffin.
Archaeologists excavated an ancient tomb in Haihun, Jiangxi Province, China. The tomb, dated to the Western Han Dynasty, contained numerous relics.
Archaeologists uncovering the Haihunhou Tombs in Nanchang City, the capital of east China’s Jiangxi Province, discovered over 5000 bamboo slips containing writings. Some of them have been identified as Qi version of the “Analects of Confucius” written between 5th and 3rd cent. BC.