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Ruins of two large palaces dating back to the Shang and Zhou dynasties have been found at the Jinsha relic site in Huangzhong Village at the western suburbs of Chengdu.
They both date back 3,000 years and are considered to be one of Sichuan's most important archaeological finds, according to archaeologists from the Chengdu Institute of Archaeology.
The new discovery has contributed toward the identification of a large palace site inside the Jinsha relic area.
Archaeologists have hailed the excavation as the most important archaeological find from the Jinsha Ruins since 2001, based on discussions and preliminary assessments by well-known archaeologists affiliated with the Chinese Society of Archaeology, Peking University and Sichuan University.
It is learned that the excavation at the Huangzhong began in April 2007, and has so far unearthed seven sites containing ancient buildings of the Shang and Western Zhou dynasties and four sites housing ancient kilns along with pottery pieces and jade wares.
The discovery aids in studying the conditions of the ancient kingdoms in the Jinsha area, according to Zhang Qing.
As of July 21, 2008 CST, 69,197 people have been confirmed dead, including 68,636 in Sichuan province.
All these buildings were well organized on a large scale, which implies that they were all available for the supreme rulers of the area during ancient times.
The newly excavated site dates to the same era as other ruins of ancient palaces discovered in 19-2007.
They have similar structures and they are adjacent to each other, so researchers speculate that they all belong to the same large group of ancient palace buildings.
The Huangzhong Village is 700 meters north of the sacrificial site of the Jinsha Ruins.
Up to now, ten sites of large ancient buildings have been found in an area of 130 meters long and 90 meters wide of the Jinsha Ruins.
The USGS provided a map of Asia in May 2008, which showed a total of 122 earthquakes occurring on the continent.
The large red square near the center of the map depicts the 7.9 magnitude Chengdu quake in the Sichuan province., continued to hit the area up to several months after the main quake, causing further casualties and damage.