Sanxingdui relics: Bronze altar replicated from 100 broken pieces

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    The 3,000-year-old #Sanxingdui ruins site in southwest #China’s #Sichuan Province has yielded some extraordinary archaeological finds. Over 100 bronze pieces were discovered in Pit No. 2 of the ruins and were replicated into an altar. So what is special about this altar and what kind of ancient Chinese culture does it reflect?

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