Chinese archaeologists have uncovered a 2,500-year-old- tomb thought to contain the skeletons of an ancient royal family. The tomb in Luoyang city, Henan province, is believed to originate from the relatively-unknown Luhun Kingdom, which only lasted 113 years between 638BC and 525BC, according People’s Daily Online.
Source: Ancient Chinese tomb dating back 2,500 years uncovered to shed light on obscure kingdom | Asia | News | The Independent
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An impressive find of a very ancient site. Like the Egyptian tombs, perhaps it should have been left in peace. Will they be digging up Poets’ Corner in a thousand years? I doubt it.
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I wouldn’t bank on that not happening! That’s if the planet still exists, of course.