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Sui Dynasty tomb reveals ancient posthumous marriage culture (www.globaltimes.cn)

The Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology announced that the excavation work on the largest Sui Dynasty (581-618) cemetery ever discovered so far has been completed, leading to new discoveries that provide insight into what posthumous marriage was like in ancient China.

 

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