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HomeSpecial EventsTop 10 Archaeological Discoveries in China 2013
  Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries in China 2013  
Nanyao porcelain Kilns of Tang Dynasty Found in Jingdezhen, SE China 2014-04-30
Hangu Pass--the 2100 years ago’s pass site found in Henan province 2014-04-25
Enormous Inscribed Wood and Bamboo Slips Discovered in Ancient Wells at the Tuzishan Site, S China 2014-04-22
China’s top 10 Important Archaeological Discoveries for 2013 Announced 2014-04-11
Elite Tomb dating to the early West Zhou Dynasty discovered in Shigushan, Baoji, Shaanxi 2014-04-11
New Discoveries of Zeng Kingdom’s Cemetery from Eastern Zhou period at Wenfengta, Hubei Province 2014-04-11
A large unfinished burial of Spring and Autumn Period found at Jiwanggu, Shandong province 2014-04-11
Medical Wood and Bamboo Slips found in Han Dynasty Tombs in Chengdu, SW China 2014-04-11
Tombs of Emperor Yang and his Queen of Sui Dynasty unearthed in Yangzhou 2014-04-11
A Large-scale Tubo period cliff inscriptions discovered in Sichuan, Southwest China 2014-04-11
The 2013 New Discovery of Wei River Bridge Site in Xi’an 2014-04-11
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