China to open ancient tomb to the public
Published on May 25, 2012
Authorities in northern China's Hebei province will open the excavation site of a Tang Dynasty tomb to the public in June. Archaeologists have said the tomb, which dates back to the seventh century AD, is one of the province's most important archaeological discoveries. Believed to have been the fi nal resting place of Royal figure, the tomb features two main chambers and 12 smaller rooms, all adorned with colorful wall paintings.
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