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30 July 2005
2,200-year-old tombs unearthed in north China

Chinese archaeologists have discovered seven tombs, dating back up to 2,200 years, in north China's Shanxi Province. Located in the Xiguan village in Yuxian County, the tombs include five from the Warring States (475-221 BCE). Archaeologists with the Yangquan City Cultural Heritage Administration unearthed well-preserved skeletons and pottery items from the tombs of the Warring States period.

Source: People's Daily Online (26 July 2005)

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