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New discovery of Sanxingdui jade chisel

via:驱动之家     time:2021/5/29 13:56:39     readed:1133

Along with the archaeological excavation of six new sacrificial pits at Sanxingdui site, a large number of precious cultural relics have met the world again.

At present, 534 important cultural relics have been unearthed from six sacrificial pits in Sanxingdui.Today, animal faces, jade chisels, half gold masks, round gold pieces and ivory fragments continue to be extracted.

According to the latest CCTV report,A concave edged jade chisel was unearthed from pit 4. The jade is light yellow, nearly cuboid, with a blade at one end and a straight end.

The concave jade chisel is 30 cm long, 6.5 cm wide, 4.5 cm wide at the top and 1.5-2 cm thick. After thousands of years, jade chisel is still delicate.

Data show that Sanxingdui ancient site is located on the South Bank of duck in the northwest of Guanghan City, Sichuan Province, covering an area of 12 square kilometers. It has a history of 5000-3000 years. It is the largest, longest lasting and most abundant ancient city, ancient country and ancient Shu cultural site found in Southwest China so far. At present, there are the best preserved East, West and south walls and the inner wall of Moon Bay.

Among them, the unearthed cultural relics are precious human cultural heritage. Among the cultural relic groups in China, they are one of the cultural relic groups with the most historical, scientific, cultural and artistic values and rich ornamental value.



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