Tomb of Liao Dynasty excavated in NE China

17:30, December 21, 2010      

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Technicians deal with a piece of fresco at a newly excavated tomb dated back to ancient China's Liao Dynasty (907-1125), in Fuxin, northeast China's Liaoning Province, Dec. 20, 2010. A large fresco, with a total length of 26 meters, was excavated at the tomb of a Liao Dynasty's princess, which was found by archeologists of Liaoning in October. (Xinhua/Wang Dongyuan)


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