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More than 900 artefacts are recovered from bottom of South China Sea

Scientists have recovered hundreds of valuable relics from a depth of 1,500 metres, including porcelain and pottery, coins, antlers and pieces of wood


Two ancient shipwrecks discovered in the South China Sea have yielded more than 900 cultural relics. Various research institutes and a local museum in Hainan province were involved in the excavation, which took place from 2023 to 2024.

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Among the relics recovered from the shipwrecks are porcelain, pottery, copper coins, lumber, turban shells and deer antlers. The shipwrecks, dating back to the Ming Dynasty, were discovered at a depth of 1,500 metres off the northwestern continental slope of the South China Sea in October 2022. This is reported by Xinhua News Agency, a partner of TV BRICS.

Archaeologists believe that the findings will allow them to recreate a more complete picture of the trade that took place in the South China Sea 500-600 years ago.

Photo: Xinhua News Agency


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