Chinese archaeologists locate ancient city famed for political reform
Chinese archaeologists have located the remains of an ancient city in which a famed political reform took place about 2300 years ago.
|Archaeologists work in the ruins of Yueyang [Credit: Xinhua/Feng Guo]|
|Pottery marked with "Yueyang" [Credit: Xinhua/Feng Guo]|
|Deer pattern tile unearthed at the site [Credit: Xinhua/Feng Guo]|
Remains of three large-scale buildings, with one measuring about 920 square meters, are believed to be the city palace, he said.
|Architectural remains unearthed at the site [Credit: Xinhua/Feng Guo]|
Yueyang served as the capital of the Qin state for 35 years.
Source: Xinhua [January 18, 2016]