Linxiang City, large stone ruins reveal Yao ancestors living conditions-ca1871

Linxiang City, large stone ruins reveal Yao ancestors living conditions source: Yueyang net slope of mountain road on grinding stone relics. Pile stone relics. Red net Yueyang on November 7th news (correspondent Zhang Riping) November 5th, Hunan city of Linxiang province Longjiao mountain archaeological team in the town pool village yanglousi Zhu Loupo group archaeological survey, found a new pile of stone relics, the sites have a lot of stone, stone, stone and other Hom heap stone relics. The stone ruins area of about more than 20 thousand square meters, south of Mei Zhu Village Road and Loupo pool to the east slope of mill Wu Chang, Zhu Qingshi Loupo project only 500 meters west of the original village, four village. The archaeological team in the mill hill slope were found in 22, stone stone piled Hom 115, 1 stone, a piece of ancient tea gardens. Stone Hom distribution in the whole slope of different lengths, the longest, arranged in a crisscross pattern, the stone Hom has more than 60 meters long, the stone with Hom stones of varying sizes and piled into stone Hom upper spacious flat, some have a variety of bamboo. Kanyan stone at the foot of the mountain to the top layers of the heaps, distance look like are arranged on the hillside in the terraced fields. In the stone Hom, the distribution of large and small pile of stone, and more rectangular shape, shorter. Ground slope of mountain high mountains and dense forests, abundant vegetation, plants and ancient trees tower to the skies, dense, fresh air, the scenery is picturesque. In the top of the slope of Mill Road, built a stone house, facing south, East, West, north three wall, north wall triangle, about 2 meters high. The East and west wall rectangular, about 0.8 meters high, an area of about 20 square meters of stone. These ruins building grand, numerous, beautifully constructed and preserved, reveals the Longjiao Mountain Yao ancestors production and living condition in a certain extent, provided evidence of rich materials for further study of Longjiao mountain ethnic history.相关的主题文章: