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A team of Chinese archaeologists has found a pot with 2,500-year-old eggs in a tomb in Changzhou, Jiangsu province.
According to the report provided by the experts, the eggs were found in a clay pot along with other ceramic vessels, pots and plates, in a tomb in Shangyang village.
"Unlike other similar excavations, the eggs that were unearthed this time are clearly separated from each other, which will facilitate their cleaning," he explained. Lin liugen, Director of the Nanjing Museum Institute of Archeology.
The Egg Pot It will be placed in a chamber with stable temperature and humidity for further studies. At the moment, it is not yet known if the eggs were from chickens or domestic pheasants.
Via China Plus
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