Workers excavate a mummy from an ancient tomb of Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) at a residential district in Nanchang city, southeast Chinas Jiangxi province, 12 June 2012. Chinese archaeologists Tuesday (12 June 2012) discovered an ancient tomb of Ming Dynasty (1368 -1644) at a residential district in Nanchang city, southeast Chinas Jiangxi province. A male body was discovered during the excavation. It is said that the mummy was well kept and he was the descendant of a king.
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