Beijing Subhash unearthed 140 pieces of cultural relics in the Buddhist temple ruins-yuanjiao

Beijing Subhash temple ruins unearthed 140 pieces of cultural relics in Washington (all media reporter Bai Fan) recently, the archaeologists of Northwestern University is located in the territory of Kuche County of Akesu Prefecture Subhash Temple site field archaeological investigation and clean-up, more than and 140 pieces of unearthed cultural relics. Yesterday, the reporter by telephone to Northwestern University professor of Heritage College. He ran the culture, the cultural relics unearthed, including pottery, coins, bronze statue of lotus, debris, animal bones and pieces of glass, stone and so on, most of the time for the three to fifth Century period of the northern and Southern dynasties, the latest is the Tang Dynasty coins and pottery. The more important is the unearthed cultural relics from the Central Plains region of a coin, Zhou period of Tang Dynasty, Yongtong international Qianyuan treasures, built in the reign of Qianyuan Tongbao, Dali gold. These relics unearthed reflects the Central Plains of the western regions, the Qiuci kingdom. In addition, the unearthed fragments of Sa San Tsopos glass, as early as the second Century BC, China and the Persian people have opened up the Silk Road, the Western civilization has spread to china. The archaeological also first discovered the copper lotus, in addition to a large number of dedicated artifacts and ornaments statues, confirms the prevalence of Buddhism in the Tang Dynasty in Qiuci state. The world cultural heritage SUBASHI site known as the "economic city", the Xinjiang area is the biggest Buddhist temple ruins have been excavated Han, northern and Southern Dynasties, the Tang Dynasty coins, copper, iron, pottery, wood, clay statues and murals, painted the image of the music box body, has an important significance to the study of the time the Central Plains culture, western culture, India culture, Persian culture.相关的主题文章: