3,500-year-old petroglyphs found in Gansu, China

April 30, 2019 - General

Archaeologist in Dahe town in Sunan county in Northwest China’s Gansu province discovered many ancient petroglyphs, including some in deer-shaped pattern, in the Yangkan Gorge and the Yumu Mountain in the Qilian Mountains on April 15.

Credit: Huang Minjiang/China DailyThe Yangkan Gorge, where the petroglyphs were found, is located with at an altitude of over 2,760 meters. The cultural relics professionals discovered six groups and 16…

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