2,000-year-old pyramidal tomb found in China

2,000-year-old pyramidal tomb found in China

While carrying out construction work in Zhengzhou, China, a team of archaeologists unearthed pyramidal tomb which they estimated could be more than 2,000 years old and belong to the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220).

With Egyptian style, it was found together with another semi-cylinder shaped grave in an area that used to be a village until a residential complex was built.

The chamber, oriented to the east, is 30 meters long by 8 meters wide and consists of a narrow corridor followed by a main dome that is where the two tombs are located.

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