At least 2,200 pieces of jade, the primary material for the jade burial suits in which royal members of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-AD 220) were buried, were found in ancient tombs in Xi'an City, capital of #China's Shaanxi Province pic.twitter.com/DYDa6XycRK— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) July 21, 2020
Les archéologues étudiant les sites ayant fait partie de la Route de la soie ont analysé tout un groupe de tombes anciennes datant de cette époque. Elles contenaient entre autres plus de 2.200 vêtements précieux.
A group of ancient tombs dating back to the Han Dynasty (202 BC–220 AD) have been discovered in Xi’an, NW China’s Shaanxi Province, said archaeologist on Monday. Over 2200 pieces of jade clothes were also found. pic.twitter.com/m6e0Ylebxi— People's Daily, China (@PDChina) July 20, 2020