From 1988 to 2000, Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Archaeology conducted six excavations at Miaoqian Ruins. It covers about 150 meters from east to west, nearly 400 meters from south to north, an area of about 60,000 ㎡. The western and southern parts of the ruins, used to be farmlands, are now covered by architectures.
Located in the northwest of Liangzhu Archeological Site, Tangshan Mountain is also known as “Nine Ridges” for its nine gaps (passages). At its Jincun Village section, a batch of jade and semi-finished jade wares were unearthed, and two tombs of the dignitary dating to the later stage of Liangzhu culture cleared.
The archaeological work in Liangzhu ancient city site presents a huge and complete spatial form of an early state-city that was well-structured and clearly-zoned.
Liangzhu cultural site was discovered in Yuhang County, Zhejiang and initially excavated by Shi Xingeng in 1936. As the last Neolithic jade culture in the Yangtze River Delta of China, it was highly stratified. Meanwhile, the culture is characterized by advanced agriculture and exquisite jade with engravings.
Dongpo Paul: Called "the Egyptian civilization equivalent of China", Liangzhu civilization is beyond imagination