In Datong, Shanxi, archaeologists uncovered a Northern Wei grave that contained a joint burial within a single coffin. What is distinctive about this burial is that the man and woman have been arranged in a loving embrace. Although other examples of this kind of burial have been found in Northern Wei tombs, this is the best preserved example of embracing skeletons. The male is facing left, his right hand is on the woman's waist. She is facing right, her head pillowed on the male skeleton's shoulder. Her left hand is placed on his chest. Her ring finger on her left hand has a plain, silver-colored ring. The right shoulder of the male skeleton had been infected and fractured and had not healed at the time of death.
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