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Excavation of 'Cosmetic Ashes' in Seokchon-dong Ancient Tomb… Baekje Makeover Culture First Confirmation

2019-10-23T04:27:29.043Z

On May 23, Seoul said it unearthed artifacts such as human bones, a lot of earthenware, trinkets, and roof tiles, which were processed after the cremation process at Seokchon-dong Tombs, the royal cemetery of Hanseong Baekje. (SBS New Media Department / Composition = Yoo Hyun Jung, Lee Hye Sim / Photo = Yonhap News).



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A lot of cremated bones weighing 4.3 kg have been found in Seokchon-dong burial mounds (Seoul No. 243) in Seoul. The photo shows the excavation site of Seokchon-dong burial mounds.

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Photograph shows the 4th stone burial ground.

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The photo shows the courtesy department of the fourth store.

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The photo shows earthquake earthenware underneath No. 8 red stone graves.

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The photo shows cremated human bones from the burial ceremony.

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The photograph is a ritual earthenware excavated from the 1st store ritual department.

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The photo shows the pottery and glass beads excavated from the ritual department of the first store.


On May 23, Seoul said it unearthed artifacts such as human bones, a lot of earthenware, trinkets, and tiles, after the cremation process, at Seokchon-dong Tombs (History No. 243), the royal cemetery of Hanseong Baekje.

(SBS New Media Department / Composition = Yoo Hyun Jung, Lee Hye Sim / Photo = Yonhap News)

Source: sbskr

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