Ancient village unearthed in China
Published on May 26, 2011
Chinese archeologists have unearthed the ruins of an ancient village in the country’s southern Yunnan province, Xinhua has reported. Researchers with the Yunnan Institute of Heritage & Archeology said yesterday that they found the remains of 20 houses ranging from 15-25m2 each, built in four rows. They are thought to date back approximately 2,500 years.