Undated photo shows a boar tusk carving of a silkworm unearthed at the Shuanghuaishu site in central China's Henan Province. (Xinhua)
--The awards have been given out for the top archaeological discoveries every year since 1990 --Winners this year range from well-preserved artefacts from the Sixteen Kingdoms period to early signs of fire from China’s first cavemen  --This year, the top 10 were announced by China’s National Cultural Heritage Administration.  1. Shaolingyuan tomb site in Xian, Shaanxi  2. Silk Road tombs in northwestern Qinghai  3. The Shuanghuaishu site in Henan  4. 8000 years old shell mound in Yuyao, Zhenjiang  5. Fortified barns and cellars for storing food in Shizuang site in Henan  6. Zhaoguo Cave site in Guizhou  7. Tomb of Luhun Rong nobility at the Xuyang Cemetery site in Luoyang, Henan  8. Figurines and artefacts in Sangsdar Lungmgo graveyard site in Tibet  9. Chu Kingdom ruler's tomb in Xuzhou, Jiangsu  10. Mapucan city ruins in Tumen, Jilin p For the whole story, check out: https://www.scmp.com/news/people-culture/article/3129504/oscars-chinese-archaeology-reveals-top-10-discoveries-china

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