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Newly-discovered pits of chariots and horses date back 3300 years

Updated: 2005-05-27 00:49

A man work at the newly-discovered pits of chariots and horses in the ruins of Yin, in Anyang city of central China's Henan province, May 26, 2005. Five of the seven newly-discovered pits are arranged in a line, with chariots and horses facing eastward. Yin was an ancient name for the Shang Dynasty (1300 BC -1050 BC). [newsphoto]

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