Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua
Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua

Archaeologists unearth evidence of 4,500-year-old ancient Chinese cabin and nearby rice paddy

  • Experts say the discovery provides ‘well preserved’ evidence to help recreate ancient homes
  • The discovery of a nearby rice paddy could be equally, if not more, important

Topic |   Archaeology and paleontology
Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua
Archaeologists at a site near the the Sanxingdui ruins have discovered evidence of a cabin they believe is 4,500 years old. Photo: Xinhua
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