From China Daily January 20, 2012
The mention of the Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu at this time of year would remind people in the capital city of Sichuan province of the famed lantern festival held there during the Spring Festival each year.
Visitors to the museum displaying priceless cultural relics about the history of Sichuan would be given a pleasant surprise this Spring Festival, however, as 136 relics of oracle bones as well as bronze and jade and a carriage from the Yinxu Ruins in Anyang, Henan province, will be on display there.
Appreciating the relics on display in Sichuan for the first time, visitors will find stamps engraved with motifs of typical relics from the Yinxu Ruins and can have the motifs stamped on paper as souvenirs
Unearthed in 1899, ruins in Anyang called Yinxu have been found to be the capital of the Late Shang Dynasty (1766-1050 BC). The original source of oracle bone scripts, the ruins reflect a splendid culture in ancient China.
Yinxu was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2006.
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