Jiangzhai

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A scale model of Jiangzhai in the National Museum of China, Beijing.

Jiangzhai (Chinese: 姜寨; pinyin: Jiāngzhài) is a Banpo phase Yangshao culture archaeological site in the east of Xi'an, where the earliest copper artifacts in China were found.[1]

References

  1. ^ Chinese Bronzes: Ferocious Beauty, Wangheng Chen, publisher: Asiapac, 2001 - Google Books

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