Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua
Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese archaeologists discover ‘embracing lovers’, but it is the ring that intrigues

  • Scientists discovered well-preserved skeletons of what looks like two embracing lovers
  • The woman was wearing a band on her ring finger, begging the question of if it was a symbol of love

Topic |   Archaeology and paleontology
Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua
Two skeletons unearthed in north China appear to be in a lover’s embrace. Researchers found a band on the woman’s ring finger. Photo: Xinhua
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