The jade book unearthed in Antu county of Jilin Province. (Photo/Xinhua)
TEMPLE FOR WORSHIP CONFIRMED
The ruins of the town of Baoma, on a hill in Antu county in Northeast China's Jilin province, were shown by a jade book discovered therein to be the site of a temple used by the royal family of the Jin Dynasty (1115-1234) for worship at Mount Changbai, according to archeologists.
The ruins of Baoma town are among the best-preserved and the most important architectural remains of the Jin Dynasty.