Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua
Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua

Treasure trove of artefacts revealed at one of world’s most remarkable archaeology sites in southwest China

  • A partially destroyed gold mask awed the world in March, and scientists just revealed a new one that has been almost fully preserved
  • A jade knife looks like it could have been time travelled from 3,000 years ago to be used during a modern dinner party

Topic |   Archaeology and palaeontology
Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua
Some scholars have said the Sanxingdui ruins in southwest China's Sichuan Province are more important than the Terracotta Army in Xian. Photo: Xinhua
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