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> China's Underwater Pyramid's - 2000 yrs old, Fuxian Lake, Yunnan province


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Yunnan Province, China () China researchers are reporting the discovery of Mayan pyramid-like buildings under Fuxian Lake in China’s Yunnan province.

"Gengwei, a professional diver, told reporters on December 19th, 2005, that images from sonar scans showed that a large relic covering at least 2.4 square kilometers sits underwater in Fuxian Lake.

"He said eight main buildings were found all under the water, including a round building and two large high buildings with floors that liken to the Mayan pyramids of Latin America."

The round one has been described as similar to a colosseum in architecture, with a 37-meter wide base and a gap to the northeast.

One of the large, high buildings has three floors, a 60-meter wide base and lots of small steps linking the floors. Another is even larger, with a 63-meter wide base standing five floors and a total 21 meters high.

A 300-meter long and 5 to 7 meter wide rock road connects the two buildings.

The complex, located in present-day southern Yunnan province, is believed to be from an ancient civilization dating back to the Qin and Han dynasties, approximately 2,000 years ago.

Fidel Castro’s Cuba meanwhile is laying claim to being the home site of the lost city of Atlantis.

Soviet-born ocean engineer Paulina Zelitsky, the president of the Canadian-based company Advanced Digital Communications (ADC), had detected what could be Atlantis in deep waters off Cuba.

On May 28 2002, National Geographic News reported on the recent discovery of megalithic ruins some 2,200 ft. below sea level off the coast of Cuba. Interviewed for the story was geologist, Manuel Iturralde, Director of Research at Cuba’s Natural History Museum and consulting geologist for Canadian exploration company ADC, based in Havana, Cuba.

According to a 2001 Special Report by Gateway to Atlantis author Andrew Collins, "The discoveries were made last summer during deep-sea surveys made by Paulina and a trained scientific research team aboard the Cuban research vessel, Ulysses.

"Sonar images revealed `an extensive series of structures’ over a several-mile area in darker and lighter shades. The site is close to the edge of the underwater geological feature known as the Cuban shelf, which falls off sharply in a series of shelves which drop down to several thousand metres, and it is one of these shelves, in around 600-700 metres of water, that the structures are to be found."
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Hi satchmo, have you ever heard of the world's best preserved Chinese mummies?

Two well preserved mummies have been discovered within 100 miles of each other inside elaborate inverted step-pyramid tombs. The bodies were sealed inside multiple boxes.

One mummy is named Lady Dai. She was a chunky gal, and to me, she resembles the North Korean military dictator, Kim Jong Il.

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XI'AN, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) -- Much has been made of the corruption that has tarnished the image of Chinese local government officials, but it seems bribery among the country's authoritative ranks was in full swing more than 2,800 years ago.

The inscriptions on two bronze urns unearthed recently in northwest China's Shaanxi province tell the story of how, in 873 B.C., a noble man managed to bribe the judiciary in order to dodge charges of appropriating farmland and slaves.

The inscriptions on each urn contain 111 ancient Chinese characters, which detail the story, narrated in the first person by Zhou Sheng, who was taken to court by disgruntled civilians, according to Wu Zhenfeng, archaeologist of Shaanxi Institute of Archaeology.

A legal investigator named Shao Bohu was sent to Zhou's manor but Zhou managed to bribe Shao's mother with a bronze pot and Shao's father with a large jade instrument. Zhou received no punishment and in return for Shao's "kindness", Zhou presented him with a jade Gui, an elongated pointed tablet which was held by ancient rulers on ceremonial occasions.

"It is rare to find 'bribery stories' in Chinese ancient inscriptions. Usually only heroic stories, wars, evidence of a king's largess, covenants and policies are seen on relics," said Zhang Enxian, curator of Zhouyuan Museum in Baoji City, northwest China's Shaanxi.

The urns were among the 27 relics discovered by six peasants on Nov. 9 in their fields in Fufeng town in Baoji City, 110 kilometers west of Xi'an, according to Zhang Enxian, curator of Zhouyuan museum in Baoji city in Shaanxi province.

"As the story was interpreted by archaeologists, it doesn't mean it is necessarily correct," said Zhang.

"Some verbs have been abraded over time, which has made it hard for people to verify if Zhou was really guilty," he added.

Professor Ding Li, with the Law Department of Sun Yat-sen University, does not subscribe to the view that Zhou's actions constituted bribery in its modern-day form.

"According to China's current criminal law, Shao would have been convicted of judicial corruption. But Zhou Sheng and Shao Bohu were probably innocent at that time as laws for nobles during the Zhou Dynasty were much more lenient," Professor Ding said.

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Lost Empire Ruins Discovered Under Chinese Lake
[Original headline: City that sank sheds light on a lost empire ]

Archaeologists in China claim to have found the capital of an empire that disappeared in floods two millennia ago.

Divers discovered ancient city walls, dwellings and paved roads covering several square miles at the bottom of Fuxian Lake in southwestern China. The ruins are said to be what is left of the administrative centre of the Dian Kingdom, a neighbour of China’s Han dynasty.

According to Yu Xixian, of Beijing University, the city was located in a valley that flooded after a massive earthquake in AD110. “The valley filled with water, probably killing all the inhabitants,” he said.

The city was forgotten for almost 1,900 years until a local man claimed to have found walls in shallow water. Subsequently, other divers spotted patterns of urban development on the sandy lake bottom.

Archaeologists inspected the site from a research submarine earlier this summer and concluded that it was genuine. Carbon dating has apparently confirmed that pottery found in the lake is from the Dian period. Excavation work has now been taken over by the Chinese Government. Experts have compared the site to Pompeii, the Roman city buried by a volcanic eruption.

Professor Yu said: “The flooding of this city was only 30 years after Pompeii. All sorts of terrible catastrophes happened around that time. When the earthquake struck in Dian, there would already have been an air of panic in the city. Many people may have gone there to escape disasters elsewhere.”

Several walls show ancient carvings, including two snakes facing each other, a known religious symbol, according to Professor Yu. He said: “Daily life in the city was marked by violence. Rich and poor worshipped many gods and for the rich this meant human sacrifices during grand ceremonies.” The Dian people worshipped nature gods, he said. “We can imagine that when the earthquake came and they were submerged in water, it was a cruel irony for everyone to see themselves killed by their object of worship. As they were dying, they probably imagined the world was coming to an end.”

The city was about 1½ miles long and one mile wide, according to sonar readings taken from the surface. The central boulevard is said to run along a perfect north-to- south alignment, with smaller streets going off at right angles. The ruins are 600ft from today’s shoreline and 50ft to 300ft below the surface.

The site is made up of eight clusters of houses, assumed to form different city districts. Poorer districts lie outside the partially surviving city wall.

The districts inside the wall have houses made of bigger stones, which are better preserved. The walls were built from stones with flat, polished surfaces. None of the dwellings has a roof and most walls have fallen over. The longest standing wall is 100ft long and 12ft high.

The first sighting was made by Geng Wei, a local man with a fascination of legends of the city’s existence. He found the site, 50 miles south of Kunming, near the borders with Burma, Laos and Vietnam, after 38 dives over the past year. The lake is 25 miles long, five miles wide and among the deepest in China.

The Dian Empire is said to have covered approximately the same territory as the modern province of Yunnan. Little is known about the Dian period and historians have long speculated about the location of its capital.

Professor Yu said: “All the Chinese experts agree that the city was flooded instantly and that there were no survivors.” After consulting records he concluded that the earthquake struck in AD110. “However, there are no known records of the city’s existence, I think — and so far nobody has disagreed — that this city was the capital of the Dian border kingdom.”


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