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Archaeologists begin second-stage excavation of ruins in N China town
(Tianshannet) Updated: 2017-March-20 11:31:49


An archaeologist works at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017. Chinese archaeologists began the second-stage excavation of the ruins here, expecting to unveil functions of the town as an important trade port during the Jin (1115-1234) and Yuan (1271-1368) dynasties in Chinese history. (Xinhua/Yang Shiyao)

    An archaeologist works at the ancient Haifeng town ruins site in Huanghua, north China's Hebei Province, March 17, 2017. Chinese archaeologists began the second-stage excavation of the ruins here, expecting to unveil functions of the town as an important trade port during the Jin (1115-1234) and Yuan (1271-1368) dynasties in Chinese history. (Xinhua/Yang Shiyao)

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