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« on: January 19, 2016, 05:30:11 pm »
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14,000 artefacts recovered from Nanhai No. 1
      


<p>Chinese archaeologists report that over 14,00 artefacts have so far been recovered from the Nanhai No. 1, a Song Dynasty era ship that was recovered from the South China Sea.</p> <p>Hoard of relics salvaged from ancient Chinese ship Business Standard, 10 January 2016</p> <p>Ancient Chinese ship yields hoards of relics The Hindu, 10 January 2016</p> [...]
            

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And old Chinese stuff is making a fortune at the moment  Shocked

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