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Discovery of large number of Sui and Tang tombs in Xi'an, including a Sogdian woman named Kang Bibi

In Xi'an Jiaolianhu district 郊莲湖区, authorities have unearthed over 1,200 tombs, which date from the Wei-Jin, Sixteen Kingdoms, Northern Dynasties, Sui-Tang, Song-Jin, and Ming-Qing periods.

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Archaeological Discovery: The Northern Wei Tomb of Xue Huaiji in Wanrong Shanxi

In Shanxi's Wanrong County 万荣县, a Northern Wei tomb has been excavated that belonged to the Regional Inspector of Fenzhou, Xue Huaiji 汾州刺史薛怀吉. 

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