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Qingdun Site: Excavation site
Located in the forest farm of Zhao City, on the west bank of Yantietang, it is an oval-shaped mound built by artificially. In 1975, when the salt iron pond was dredged, more than 10 geometrically printed clay pots were dug out from under the pier and arranged in combinations. Its patterns are decorated with zigzag patterns, checkered patterns, mat patterns, diamond patterns, back patterns, reticulation patterns, etc., and there are Yangzi crocodile spines and teeth stored in a jar, all of which have been calcified. According to research, the mound should belong to the Wu culture mound tomb from the Western Zhou to Spring and Autumn periods.
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