Chinese archaeologists discovered in a tributary of the Yangtze river more than 10 thousand artifacts
BEIJING, 20 Mar — RIA Novosti, Ivan Bulatov. China archaeologists found at the bottom of the Minjiang river in Sichuan province, which is a tributary of the Yangtze river, more than 10 thousand ancient artifacts older than 300 years, transfers on Monday Agency Sinhua.
It is reported that on the bottom of the river was discovered gold, silver and bronze coins and jewelry and metal weapons — swords, knives and spears. The find was made 50 kilometers South of Chengdu.
The artifacts found date back to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644 years). Archaeological work continues in January and lasts until April.
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