More than 200 kilograms of ancient coins or money storage kilns of Han Dynasty were found at the construction site in Shaanxi.

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 More than 200 kilograms of ancient coins or money storage kilns of Han Dynasty were found at the construction site in Shaanxi.


Recently, a large number of ancient coins were discovered on the construction site of Fengxian Expressway in Baoji, Shaanxi. After preliminary check, we found 201.5 kg of Han baht and a very small amount of money. Archaeologists of Baoji cultural relics and Tourism Bureau went to the scene to investigate in May 5th. The cave grottoes are above the earth cliffs 5 meters from the ground to the top 1.5 meters from the cliff top According to Liu Yong, deputy director of the Cultural Heritage Tourism Bureau of Fengxian, 6 oclock in the early morning of April 25th, China Railway twelve Bureau Second Engineering Co., Ltd., the TF-05 contract section of Tai Feng expressway, the project manager of the police, said that the builders in Fengzhou town of Mulberry Village He Xiping construction site found a large number of scattered ancient coins. The staff of cultural relics see that there are a large number of ancient coins on the pile of earth cliff below the cliff, 5 meters above the ground and 1.5 meters from the top of the cliff. There is a cavern with a length of about 30 centimeters and about 8 centimeters high. By close observation, there are ancient coins in the cave. The area is not within the scope of existing cultural relics protection units in Fengxian County. As of 14:30 the day, the scene of the rescue basically ended. After preliminary check, we found 201.5 kg of Han baht and a very small amount of money. Four feet of pottery discs and other artifacts were found at the bottom of the nearby reservoir and ditch. In April 27th, the responsible personnel and cultural relic explorers of the Tai Feng high speed management department went to the scene, and the slope surface of the cave was 10 meters northward, and 10 meters to the East and West were explored, and no obvious anomalies were found. Liu Yong introduced, but the staff of Fengxian Cultural Relics Tourism Bureau in the scene to understand that the cave in the northwest direction of about 15 meters, the construction site in the early stage of the reservoir, landfill water supply network, there are ground collapses, seepage. According to this clue, the staff of the construction enterprise excavated the reservoir and the virtual soil at the bottom of the pipe network. It was found that the lime soil layer of about 1.5 meters long and about 0.7 meters wide was found. After cleaning up the lime soil layer, we found a four foot pottery tray, a copper belt (incomplete), and a rope pattern red pottery pottery. The Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau and the Baoji Municipal Bureau of cultural relics have arranged the Baoji archaeological research institute to further clean up the site. It is reported that the coexistence of five baht and cargo springs in the cave of ancient coins should be stored in the early Eastern Han Dynasty, which has a history of nearly 2000. It is called the ancient tombs where the pottery discs and copper belts are found, and a large number of cultural relics found in this study are used to study the social development, trade and traffic location of Feng county during the Eastern Han Dynasty. It has important value. But Liu Yong said that the discovery of the cave of ancient coins and the nature of the lime soil found in other cultural relics still need investigation and research by archaeologists. In May 5th, archaeologists from the Baoji heritage and Tourism Bureau will conduct on-site investigations at the scene. The source of this article: the editor in charge of Hua Shang Bao: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 According to this clue, the staff of the construction enterprise excavated the reservoir and the virtual soil at the bottom of the pipe network. It was found that the lime soil layer of about 1.5 meters long and about 0.7 meters wide was found. After cleaning up the lime soil layer, we found a four foot pottery tray, a copper belt (incomplete), and a rope pattern red pottery pottery. The Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau and the Baoji Municipal Bureau of cultural relics have arranged the Baoji archaeological research institute to further clean up the site. It is reported that the coexistence of five baht and cargo springs in the cave of ancient coins should be stored in the early Eastern Han Dynasty, which has a history of nearly 2000. It is called the ancient tombs where the pottery discs and copper belts are found, and a large number of cultural relics found in this study are used to study the social development, trade and traffic location of Feng county during the Eastern Han Dynasty. It has important value. But Liu Yong said that the discovery of the cave of ancient coins and the nature of the lime soil found in other cultural relics still need investigation and research by archaeologists. In May 5th, archaeologists from the Baoji heritage and Tourism Bureau will conduct on-site investigations at the scene.