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《Archaeology》 2019-09
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The Excavation of Two Burials of the Warring-States Period at Chujia Cemetery in Linzi District, Zibo City, Shandong

Shandong Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology;Cultural Heritage Administration Bureau, Linzi District;  
In 2016, rescue excavation was conducted to two burials(numbered as M1 and M2) of the Warring-States Period at Chujia Cemetery in Linzi District, Zibo City, Shandong. Both burials were vertical earthen shaft pit burials in 甲-shaped plan equipped with wooden coffin chambers and passages, and estimated to be couple burials in separate graves. From these two burials, horse-drawn chariots and wheels, pottery wares, bronzes and implements made of stone, bone, horn, antler, etc. were unearthed. The burial structures and grave goods showed that these two burials were that of aristocrats of the Qi State in the early Warring-States Period, the chariots with single draught pole and pottery figurines unearthed from which are important materials for the studies on the forms of chariot fittings, chariot system and costumes of the Qi State in the Warring-States Period.
【CateGory Index】: K878.8
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