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4,000-year-old ebony tree unearthed in E China

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum. Photos: China Daily

 

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum.

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum.

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum.

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum.

 

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum


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