Archaeologists have discovered the graves of the Huns.
Archaeologists discovered on the territory of Central China 18 burial of members of the nomadic people of the Huns who dwelt in these lands 1.8 million years ago.
It is reported China Central television.
“All these compact burials inside the brick and cannot be attributed to the classic burial grounds of the great Chinese plain. They presumably belong to the late period of the Eastern Han dynasty (25-220 ad), about 1.8 thousand years,” – said in an interview a member of the Chinese Academy of social Sciences Shen, Wenxi.
According to the researchers, the burial is well preserved, almost all of them were discovered ancient artifacts, in particular, bronze cauldrons. In addition to the boilers in the cemeteries discovered beads, gold earrings, daggers, and other objects of everyday life of the Huns.
Experts underline that the burials are of particular significance, because unlike all other counterparts is absolutely not touched by the robbers.
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