Chinese archeologists recently discovered a well-preserved burial complex at Dashahe Wetland in Jiaozuo city that dates back to the Shang and Zhou Dynasties.
Archeologists have so far unearthed money cowries, ornaments, bronze relics, jade objects and skeletons from the site, according to People’s Daily.
This month has been about as exciting as it gets for China’s history buffs. On March 8, archeologists in Inner Mongolia opened a 1,500-year-old coffin that had been recently excavated from grassland of Xilin Gol League, the US returned to China a stone coffin from the Tang Dynasty that had been smuggled across borders some eight years ago and researchers identified a substance found in the tombs of ancient Chinese mummies to be the world’s oldest known specimen of cheese (!!!).