Top 10 archaeological discoveries of 2020 in China unveiled
A jade sculpture of a silkworm unearthed from the Shuanghuaishu heritage site. Top 10 archaeological discoveries of 2020 in China were unveiled on Tuesday. The findings were selected from a shortlist of 20 archaeological discoveries in 15 provincial-level regions, were announced by a 21-person judging panel featuring the country's top-tier archaeological scholars. The annual selection of China's top 10 archaeological findings has been held since 1990.
The remains of antlers and shells from the Jingtoushan shell mound site.
Photo shows Gold wares unearthed from the Reshui graveyard site, Dulan county, Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan autonomous prefecture, Qinghai province. Dating back to Tang Dynasty (618-907), the graveyard unveils cultural communication between Tang and other regions inhabited by non-Han ethnic groups and provides vital clues to studies on the Silk Road.
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