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World's earliest silk fabrics discovered in central China's ruins (1/4)

2019-12-05 09:29:09 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan

Chinese archaeologists have used new technology to ascertain the carbonized texture residue in an urn coffin buried in the Neolithic Yangshao Culture ruins in central China's Henan Province as the world's earliest found silk fabrics. "With the help of the technology of enzyme-linked-immunosorbent assay (ELISA) developed by experts in the China National Silk Museum, it has been confirmed that the carbonized fabrics taken from the urn coffin at the Wanggou site in Henan are silk fabrics," said Zhao Feng, curator of the museum on Monday. (Photo/Xinhua)

Chinese archaeologists have used new technology to ascertain the carbonized texture residue in an urn coffin buried in the Neolithic Yangshao Culture ruins in central China's Henan Province as the world's earliest found silk fabrics. "With the help of the technology of enzyme-linked-immunosorbent assay (ELISA) developed by experts in the China National Silk Museum, it has been confirmed that the carbonized fabrics taken from the urn coffin at the Wanggou site in Henan are silk fabrics," said Zhao Feng, curator of the museum on Monday. (Photo/Xinhua)

Chinese archaeologists have used new technology to ascertain the carbonized texture residue in an urn coffin buried in the Neolithic Yangshao Culture ruins in central China's Henan Province as the world's earliest found silk fabrics. "With the help of the technology of enzyme-linked-immunosorbent assay (ELISA) developed by experts in the China National Silk Museum, it has been confirmed that the carbonized fabrics taken from the urn coffin at the Wanggou site in Henan are silk fabrics," said Zhao Feng, curator of the museum on Monday. (Photo/Xinhua)

Chinese archaeologists have used new technology to ascertain the carbonized texture residue in an urn coffin buried in the Neolithic Yangshao Culture ruins in central China's Henan Province as the world's earliest found silk fabrics. "With the help of the technology of enzyme-linked-immunosorbent assay (ELISA) developed by experts in the China National Silk Museum, it has been confirmed that the carbonized fabrics taken from the urn coffin at the Wanggou site in Henan are silk fabrics," said Zhao Feng, curator of the museum on Monday. (Photo/Xinhua)

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