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China's Shaanxi sees record number of ancient tombs excavated in 2020

2021-2-21 13:16

 

XI'AN, Feb. 19 (Xinhua) -- A record number of 3,956 ancient tombs were discovered in northwest China's Shaanxi Province in 2020, according to the Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Heritage Administration.

The tombs were found in 179 archeological projects that the province conducted last year, while about 105,800 square meters of ancient sites were excavated during the period.

Since 2011, archaeologists in Shaanxi have been exploring the outside of the world-renowned mausoleum of Emperor Qinshihuang and discovered over 30 ancient tombs.

According to archaeological research published last year, the No. 1 Pit in the mausoleum site is the largest and best-preserved tomb in the Qin Dynasty (221 B.C.-207 B.C.) excavated so far, and relics from the tomb show that it was owned by a high-ranking noble.

More delicate relics were found in other ancient tomb sites discovered last year, including the Zhaishan ruins dating back 4,000 years and family cemeteries in the dynasties of Sui (581-618) and Northern Song (960-1127).

 

西安,2月19日(新华社)——陕西省文物局表示,2020年,陕西省共发现3956个古墓,刷新了历史记录。


这些古墓是在该省去年开展的179个考古项目中发现的,期间共发掘了约10.58万平方米的古代遗址。


自2011年以来,陕西的考古学家一直在探索世界著名的秦始皇陵的外部,并发现了30多个古墓。


根据去年发表的考古研究报告,秦始皇陵一号坑是迄今为止挖掘出的最大、保存最完好的秦朝古墓。从墓中的遗物来看,它曾属于一位高级贵族。


在去年发现的其他古墓遗址中还发现了更多精致的文物,包括4000年前的寨山遗址和隋朝(581-618)和北宋(960-1127)时期的家族墓地。

 

来自: xinhua