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Maqiao culture: perforated stone knife, unearthed in Xuxiang, Wuxi in 1960.
Xuxiang Village Site: In the 60s of the 20th century, archaeologists discovered the Maqiao cultural site in Xuxiang Village, outside the south gate of Wuxi City. The site is a mound raised above the ground, 120 meters long from north to south and 76 meters wide from east to west. Stone tools such as axes, cymbals, knives, ge, and scythes were unearthed in the ruins, as well as argillaceous clay pots and duck-shaped pots. The era corresponds to the early Shang Dynasty in the Central Plains.
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