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Delicate chinaware surfaced from Ming Dynasty sunken ship

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of "Nan'ao-1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which sank into the sea some hundred years ago near today's Nan'ao County of south China's Guangdong Province. Archaeological team members on Sunday conducted an under-water excavation of Nan'ao-1, during which they found and salvaged a large number of chinaware. (Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)


This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows archaeological workers clearing the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows archaeological workers clearing the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of "Nan'ao-1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which sank into the sea some hundred years ago near today's Nan'ao County of south China's Guangdong Province. Archaeological team members on Sunday conducted an under-water excavation of Nan'ao-1, during which they found and salvaged a large number of chinaware. (Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)


This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows archaeological workers clearing the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows archaeological workers clearing the chinaware excavated from the wreckage of "Nan'ao-1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which sank into the sea some hundred years ago near today's Nan'ao County of south China's Guangdong Province. Archaeological team members on Sunday conducted an under-water excavation of Nan'ao-1, during which they found and salvaged a large number of chinaware. (Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)


This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows an archaeological worker holding a relic from the wreckage of

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows an archaeological worker holding a relic from the wreckage of "Nan'ao-1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which sank into the sea some hundred years ago near today's Nan'ao County of south China's Guangdong Province. Archaeological team members on Sunday conducted an under-water excavation of Nan'ao-1, during which they found and salvaged a large number of chinaware. (Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)


This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows the chinaware in the wreckage of

This TV grab photo taken on May 22, 2011, shows the chinaware in the wreckage of "Nan'ao-1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which sank into the sea some hundred years ago near today's Nan'ao County of south China's Guangdong Province. Archaeological team members on Sunday conducted an under-water excavation of Nan'ao-1, during which they found and salvaged a large number of chinaware. (Xinhua/Zhu Yinwei)


Source: Xihua News
2011-05-23
Source: Xinhua News
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