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Three-thousand-year-old rich man’s tomb … Chinese scientist marvels at rare treasures: China’s 3,000-year-old rich man’s tomb discovered by archaeologists Shang dynasty


  • A 3000 year old tomb has been discovered in China
  • Ancient tomb found in Anyang, Henan Province
  • Relationship with a wealthy clan named ‘Ce’

Beijing, China
For the past two years, excavations have been ongoing in many parts of central China and archaeologists are continuing their research. Information about a three thousand year old cemetery is now available. It is said to have been built by a wealthy Chinese clan at one time. Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient tribal tomb at Anyang, Henan Province. Yang location Shang dynasty It is believed to have been the home of the ‘C’ clan at that time.

3000 year old tomb discovered
According to the Chinese news agency Xinhua, excavations are underway in many parts of central China. Archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the location of the 3,000-year-old cemetery. Scientists say it was once created by a wealthy Chinese clan. Ancient tomb has been found in Anyang, Henan Province, China. This place is believed to have been the residence of the clan ‘C’ during the Shang dynasty. From this it is inferred that the CE clan must have been the richest at the time.

Rare things found in the tomb
The Archaeological Institute and Anyang Cultural Monuments announced the discovery of the tomb in a press release on Thursday. The clan’s tomb is said to have been found 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from the ancient capital, Yinxu, where there is a palace and the ruins of an ancestral temple. The foundations of 18 buildings, 24 tombs, four horse and chariot pits have been found at the archeological site. Apart from these, many jade and stone materials have been found during excavations underground. At the same time, a number of notable monuments have been found, including those of the genus ‘C’ (Ce). Bronze was also found when excavated from the ground.

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Records related to the ‘C’ clan
In the press release, Director Kong Deming said that there are records of the genus ‘Ce’ in the oracle bone inscriptions. He referred to the early form of Chinese writing. He said the earlier characters were carved into characters and animals. At the same time, bones used in astrology have also been discovered. He said that the symbol of the ‘C’ clan was found in many of the bronzes found at Italam this time and hence it is believed that this clan was active in the region.