Ancient Chinese murals discovered in 1,500-year-old tomb

06/18/2013 |

Archaeologists in China have uncovered an ancient tomb 200 miles southwest of Beijing that contains about 860 square feet of murals. The 1,500-year-old tomb was looted three times before the archaeological team arrived. Archaeologists believe the tomb is of a Northern Qi Dynasty military commander and his wife.

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