Chinese archaeologists have found hundreds of artifacts in the complex of ancient tombs

Chinese archaeologists have discovered more than 500 valuable artifacts in the tomb complex in Zhoukou City, Henan Province, central China.

The scientists managed to find pottery, bronze, iron, silver and stone objects, the age of which is thousands of years old.

“One copper seal is extremely valuable,” the agency cites one of the archaeologists.

Judging by the hieroglyphs, the seal belonged to a government official who was in charge of the folk traditions in Inyan in the Han dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD).

It is reported that the complex consists of 129 tombs, of which, according to archaeologists, 105 date back to the Han Dynasty, four dynasties of the Song Dynasty (960-1276) and the 11th Qing dynasty (1644-1911).