Catégorie : Découverte

Découverte de plaquettes en bois inscrites (木簡) du VIe siècle de notre ère

  A sixth-century piece of writing in which a regional government official pleads for forgiveness for his mistake in handling state affairs to a high-ranking central government official has been found at the site of Seongsan Sanseong (n.d.e.城山山城) (or Seongsan Mountain Fortress) in Haman County, South Gyeongsang.  What is notable...

La tombe de l’Oiseau d’or du royaume de Silla

    « Guide to the Afterlife » The Korean government recently designated as state treasures a group of sixth-century A.D. artifacts unearthed from a tomb dating to Korea’s Silla Dynasty (57 B.C.–A.D. 935). The tomb, which is located in Yangsan, South Gyeongsang, was first discovered during an archaeological exploration in 1990. Inside,...

6th-century tomb reveals longest sword from ancient Japan (Links with Korea)

Textbook-changing discoveries were made after artifacts found in an early sixth-century tomb in the Shimauchi district here in southern Kyushu were examined, rewriting the histories. The Ebino education board announced Oct. 24 that experts confirmed the two swords found in the underground tunnel tomb designated no. 139 in a burial...