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Bohai Kingdom Treasures to Be Unearthed
12.07.2011 11:45
Bohai Kingdom Treasures to Be Unearthed
Map of Bohai kingdom (property of

Today a group of archeologists heads for Khasansky district of Primorsky Territory in order to start diggings of a regional centre of ancient Bohai Kingdom.

      Bohai Kingdom existed between 698 and 926 AD on territories, now occupied by Primorsky Territory, northern part of Korean peninsula and Chinese Manchuria. Bohai people farmed lands, raised cattle and other animals, hunted and caught fish. The kingdom had political, trade and cultural relationships with neigbouring states, especially with China and Japan.

      Diggings are expected to unearth residential areas of the ancient settlement. Researchers from other countries – South Korea, Japan and China – will join the project.

      Source: RIA Novosti

Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: history archeology international cooperation   

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