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Empress Dowager Wenming tomb
The Empress Dowager Wenming tomb is the final resting place of Empress Feng (442-490), formally Empress Wenming and the wife of Emperor Wencheng of the Northern Wei Dynasty. The tomb and is located o...
Empress Dowager Wenming tomb - Wikipedia
Ordos culture
The Ordos culture was a culture occupying a region centred on the Ordos Plateau, now in the south of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China, during the Bronze Age and ...
Ordos culture - Wikipedia
Xiaohe Tomb complex
The Xiaohe 'Little River' Tomb complex refers to a bronze-age burial site located near Lop Nur, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of western China. It is an oblong sand dune, from which more tha...
Xiaohe Tomb complex - Wikipedia
Xianren Cave
Xianren Cave (Chinese: 仙人洞; pinyin: Xiānrén Dòng; literally: "Immortal's Cave") is a small cave located in Dayuan Village (大源乡) Wannian County, Jiangxi province, China, and a location for ...
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Loulan Kingdom
Loulan, also called Krorän or Kroraina (simplified Chinese: 楼兰; traditional Chinese: 樓蘭; pinyin: Lóulán; Uyghur: كروران‎, ULY: Kroran ), and known to Russian archaeologists as Kroray...
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Damaidi
Damaidi (simplified Chinese: 大麦地; traditional Chinese: 大麥地; pinyin: Dàmàidì; literally: Big wheat field), is the location of 3,172 sets of early Chinese petroglyphs, carved into the cliffs...
Gungnae Fortress
Gungnae Fortress, also known as Guonei City, was the second capital city of the ancient Korean Kingdom of Goguryeo. This place is present-day Ji'an (集安), and the perimeter of its outer fortress measur...
Beifudi
The Beifudi (北福地) prehistoric site, near Yi County in Hebei Province, China, is the excavation of a recently discovered prehistoric Neolithic village that Chinese archaeologists say is one of the mos...
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Kayue culture
Kayue culture (Chinese 卡 约 文化 / 卡 约 文化, Kǎyuē Wenhua) was a Bronze Age culture in Northwest China in the area of the upper reaches of the Huang He (Yellow River) and its tributary Huang Shui (Tib. Tso...
Tomb of the King of Boni
Tomb of the King of Boni, built in the early 15th century, is the tomb of Manarejiana 麻那惹加那, ruler of Boni, a medieval state on the island of Borneo, considered by some as the predecessor of the prese...
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Shang Dynasty
The Shang dynasty (Chinese: 商朝; pinyin: Shāng cháo) or Yin dynasty (Chinese: 殷代; pinyin: Yīn dài), according to traditional historiography, ruled in the Yellow River valley in the sec...
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Chinese scholar's rocks
Chinese scholars' rocks (Chinese: 供石; pinyin: gōngshí), also known as scholar stones or viewing stones, are small naturally occurring or shaped rocks which are traditionally appreciated by Ch...
Chinese scholar's rocks - Wikipedia
Cao Cao Mausoleum
114°15′35″E / 36.24083°N 114.25972°E / 36.24083; 114.25972The Cao Cao Mausoleum, also known as the Gaoling Mausoleum of Wei and the Xigaoxue Tomb No. 2, is a tomb situated in ...
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Karuo culture
The Karuo culture (3300 to 2000 BC ) was a Neolithic culture in Tibet. The culture cultivated foxtail millet. The type site at Karuo was discovered in 1977 at Chamdo County, Chamdo Prefecture, Tibet a...
Wucheng culture
The Wucheng culture (吳城文化) was a Bronze Age archaeological culture in Jiangxi, China. The initial site, spread out over 4 km (1.5 sq mi), was discovered at Wucheng, Zhangshu. Located on...
Liangzhu culture
The Liangzhu culture (Chinese: 良渚文化; pinyin: Liángzhǔ wénhuà) (3400–2250 BC) was the last Neolithic jade culture in the Yangtze River Delta of China. The culture was highly stratified, as jade...
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Yaozhou Kiln
The ruins of Yaozhou Kiln (simplified Chinese: 耀州窑; traditional Chinese: 耀州窯; pinyin: Yàozhōu Yáo) is the site of ancient pottery and porcelain kilns in Hengbao Town on the outskirts of To...
King Cuo of Zhongshan
King Cuo of Zhongshan (323-309 BC) was the fifth ruler of the state of Zhongshan during the Warring States period in ancient China. He reigned for 15 years.As the son of Duke Cheng of Zhongshan, he i...
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Sanxingdui
Sanxingdui (Chinese: 三星堆; pinyin: Sānxīngduī; literally: "three stars mound") is the name of an archaeological site and the previously unknown Bronze Age culture for which it is the type ...
Sanxingdui - Wikipedia
Xia Dynasty
The Xia dynasty (Chinese: 夏朝; pinyin: Xià Cháo; Wade–Giles: Hsia-Ch'ao; [ɕiâ tʂʰɑ̌ʊ̯]; c. 2070 – c. 1600 BC) is the first dynasty in China to be described in ancient historical chronicles ...