The Board Section of the Grand Canal Hebei
Original title: Grand Canal Hebei Bear section found that Ming Dynasty Braces found in the ancient shipments of the ancient ships in the Botou section of the Grand Canal (January 29, mobile photos). Xinhua News Agency issued Xinhua News Agency, Shijiazhuang, January 30 (Reporter Wang Min) recently, a construction unit found a Ming Dynasty shipwreck when dredging in the Botou section of the Grand Canal.
The cultural relics department is improving the salvage plan, and it is expected to be transferred to the room in early February.
The shipping discovery location is located in the 200-meter of Shengliqiao South, Botou, and the construction personnel first dig all several large wooden boards. Subsequently, the hull will be reported to report the relevant departments. Zhangzhou Cultural Relics Department sent experts to rush to the scene guidance, via drainage and clean mud, exposed some hulls. After preliminary surveys, the sink is about 15 meters long, about 3 meters wide, and because most hull are wrapped, the bow and the stern cannot be determined. Cangzhou City and Botou City Cultural Relics Department staff cleaned some cattle and sheep bones and straw porcelain, pottery.
The on-site archaeological staff said that according to the stacked relationship of the layers of cultural relics and hulls, this is a Ming Dynasty ship.
At present, the cultural relics department of Zhangzhou City is improving the salvage plan. The construction unit has already placed a circular pile around the shipwreck. The next step will make a huge case around the ship, insert the steel plate in the bottom of the box, lifting the shipwreck! Conduct a detailed excavation. It is expected to complete salvage in early February. (Editor: Lu Wei, Liu Yingying) Sharing let more people see recommendation reading.