Qing Dynasty tombs discovered in China
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Source: Xinhua News Agency
Archaeologists have announced the discovery of 25 tombs dating back to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in Hunan Province in central China, according to the provincial cultural relics and archaeology research institute. The discovery includes more than 60 cultural relics, including porcelain wares, porcelain bowls, copper knives and copper hairpins, in the Houbeishan tomb complex in Yongzhou City. Some of these earthenware porcelain jars have had food residue inside....