Chinese scientists discover remains of 128 children buried in urns in ancient Chinese funerary tradition

Archaeologists on Monday announced the discovery of 128 children buried inside of urns as part of an ancient Chinese funerary practice.The excavation team unearthed the tombs along with coins, pottery and tiles in northern China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. They believe these were people who lived during the Han dynasty (202BC-220AD).During this period, the bodies of children would not have been cremated. People would connect multiple urns – likely two, sometimes more – to create a…

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