Gouding ancient noble tombs discovered in China's Yunnan

09:22, May 10, 2011      

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Photo taken on May 9, 2011, shows a gold buckle with dragon and tiger designs unearthed in an ancient noble tomb in Guangnan County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The Yunnan provincial archaeological institute and the Guangnan government on Monday jointly announced that the tombs discovered in Heizhiguo Township of Guangnan County are cand even royal tombs of the ancient Gouding kingdom under the rule of the Han Dynasty (202 BC-220 AD).(Xinhua/Ji Zhepeng)

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