Dig discovers ancient ruins
Archaeologists said on Sunday they have unearthed the remains of ancient houses and ash pits, together with animal bones, bronze ware and stone tools in Jilin province. The Bronze Age finds were discovered on a sand dune near Dajinshan village in the city of Shuangliao, according to the School of Archaeology affiliated with Jilin University. The ruins are around 150 meters long and 100 meters wide. Jointly launched by researchers from countries including China, France and the United States, the ongoing excavation started in July and has covered about 1,000 square meters.
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