PHOTOS Over 100 ancient tombs discovered in Guangxi

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Over 100 ancient tombs discovered in Guangxi

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21:37, January 10, 2019

Explorers use spades to clean mud away from an ancient tomb in Guigang City in Guangxi.

This undated picture shows relics of pottery and bronze scattered in the mud at an ancient tomb recently discovered in Guigang City in Guangxi Province. More than 100 tombs dating back to the Western Han dynasty (202 B.C.–8 A.D.), and also from the Qing dynasty (1636 A.D.—1911 A.D.), have been discovered by archaeologists at the Guangxi Institute of Conservation and Archaeology.

This undated picture shows relics of pottery and bronze scattered in the mud at an ancient tomb recently discovered in Guigang City in Guangxi Province. More than 100 tombs dating back to the Western Han dynasty (202 B.C.–8 A.D.), and also from the Qing dynasty (1636 A.D.—1911 A.D.), have been discovered by archaeologists at the Guangxi Institute of Conservation and Archaeology.

An archaeologist works in one of the ancient tombs discovered in Guigang City in Guangxi Province. More than 100 tombs dating back to the Western Han dynasty (202 B.C.–8 A.D.), and also from the Qing dynasty (1636 A.D.—1911 A.D.), have been discovered by archaeologists at the Guangxi Institute of Conservation and Archaeology. (Photos: Chinanews.com)

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