Pyramid tomb unearthed in China

Construction works in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China, unearthed brick tombs dating back 2000 years. One of the tombs has a pyramid shape, while the other has a cylinder shape.

The unearthed tomb (by Daily Star)

Archaeologists believe that the tombs date to the period of the Han Dynasty between 202 BC and 220AD. The structures are built from brick. Archaeologists are set to excavate the structures to investigate whether there are human remains preserved within them. The structures  stretch 30 metres in length and 7 metres across. The media have dubbed the pyramid structure as the “pyramid of Zhengzhou”.

Excavation site (by Independent)
The pyramid tomb (by The New York Post)

(after Daily Star, The New York Post & Independent)

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