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Unearthing the Foundations of China’s 5500-Year-Old Buildings

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Archaeologists in northern China’s Shanxi province have unearthed the remains of 5,500-year-old buildings.

And the Chinese Xinhua agency indicates that these buildings belong to the Yangshao civilization of the Neolithic era, which existed 5000-7000 years ago.

“Discovering the foundations of buildings is of great importance for studying the design, layout, construction technology and function of buildings in the middle period of the Yangshao civilization,” said Wang Bojun, head of the archaeological project.

It turned out that the area of ​​the foundation of one of the buildings is 39 square meters, and the area of ​​the second is 30 square meters. In the first building, archaeologists found parts of a large number of artifacts, including millstones and ceramic pots, and in the second building they found traces of a fire.

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