Archaeologists and workers excavate cultural relics from an Eastern Zhou Dynasty grave that was found in Luoyang of Central China's Henan Province on October 25, 2005. Bronzeware, jade, and horse pit unearthed from the burial site are in good shape, which is peculiar in this ancient city of Luoyang, as usually 90 percent of the graves are empty upon discovery. [newsphoto]
According to the experts, it is a a scholar-bureaucrat's grave in the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770-256BC) judging from the funerary objects. All the relics have been sent to a safe place and further excavation is being carried out around the site.