(ECNS) -- Ancient tombs of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534) have been found in north China's Shanxi Province.
Archaeologists found four tombs, three of which were confirmed to belong to male nobles 1,500 years ago. They were all in their youth and their deaths were probably related to political events, according to the researchers. A great deal of jade stone, bone, and pottery were unearthed from the tombs.
The tombs are well-preserved and enjoy high research value.