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An enormous treasure trove has shed fresh light on ancient China's kingdom

By: April Carson

An ancient treasure trove was recently discovered by a group of Chinese archaeologists. The newly discovered cache contains roughly 13,000 artefacts that are believed to be from the old China dynasty. These artifacts date back between 3,000 and 4,500 years, according to official news sources.

The discovery was made in Sanxingdui, which is located in Sichuan province. This area is known for its many archaeological sites. The Sanxingdui ruins are some of the most important and well-preserved ancient ruins in all of China. They provide a window into the country's ancient past.

The treasure trove was found in Sichuan Province, southern China, at the Sanxingdui Ruins site. The Sanxingdui Ruins site was rediscovered in the 1920s and is considered one of the century's most significant archaeological finds. Guanghan City is located about 60 kilometers from Chengdu, the province's capital. The ruins are spread out over a surface of 12 square kilometers.

The Sanxingdui Ruins are believed to date back more than 3,000 years. They are the remains of an ancient city that was once the capital of the Shu Kingdom. The kingdom was one of the most powerful states in ancient China. It was conquered by the Qin Dynasty in 316 BC.

According to a Xinhua report, the relics discovered contain a significant number of bronzeware and goldwares. The remains are ascribed to the Shu Kingdom, one of China's three major kingdoms that ruled between 220 and 280 AD. Two of the sacrificial pits were excavated beginning in 2020, according to reports.

The kingdom of Shu was renowned for its metallurgical skills. The new discovery has given archaeologists a better understanding of the kingdom's advanced level of bronze casting technology. It also sheds light on the kingdom's trade and cultural exchanges with other civilizations.

Among the many discoveries made at the site was a brown box containing green jade ware discovered in Pit 7. The jade ware is described as being one of a kind, demonstrating great Chinese craftsmanship. The item was supposedly a treasured possession of ancient China's civilization, though its real purpose is unknown. At the 8th pit, numerous treasures were discovered, including gold masks with bronze heads and snake bodies, huge legendary bronze sculptures, bronze dragons, and more.

The discovery of the treasure trove has been hailed as one of the most important archaeological finds in recent years. It has shed new light on an ancient civilization and will help researchers better understand China's history.

A collaborative team of archaeologists from a number of academic institutions conducted the excavation. This includes Peking University, Sichuan University, and the Sichuan Provincial Cultural Relics and Archaeology Research Institute.

This study was published in the journal Science.

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