Chinese archaeologists have found an ancient bronze jar with unknown liquid

In China, archaeologists found a bronze jug 2000 years ago, containing an unknown liquid. The find was made in a tomb in the city of Sanmenxia, Henan province, reports Xinhua news Agency.

In pitcher, decorated with decorative elements in the form of the head and neck of the goose contained an unidentified liquid yellowish-brown. Currently, research on specific components.

the Tomb was discovered during the reconstruction of slums in Sanmenxia. Experts suggest that it was built during the late Qin dynasty — 221 — 207 BC or the beginning of the Western Han dynasty (8 ad). According to experts, in the tomb might be buried the official. It also found pot and bowls, jade and iron swords and other relics.

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