China.. Discovery of tri-color antique pottery
Chinese archaeologists have unearthed 50 pieces of tricolor pottery during ongoing excavations at an ancient tomb in the Jinan area.
It is noteworthy that in 2021, archaeologists discovered more than 240 tombs in this region, dating from the period from the Neolithic to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
And the Chinese news agency Xinhua points out that during ongoing excavations on the outskirts of the city of Jinan, located in the eastern province of Shandong, archaeologists have found more than 50 artifacts of three-colored ceramics, which are about 1,300 years old, in a cemetery. .
According to the inscriptions on the tomb in which these various artifacts, including a knight, horses, camels, and chariots, were found, the archaeological tomb dates from the third year of the Kaiwa (years 713-741) of the Tang Dynasty, who ruled the years (618-907) that are considered golden age in Chinese history.
According to the head of the research team, He Li from the Jinan Archaeological Institute, scientists have never before found tricolor pottery from the Tang Dynasty in Shandong province in such quantity. Also found in the tomb were 20 pieces of white porcelain, which gave specialists new material to study the development of pottery during the Tang Dynasty.
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