About Careers MedBlog Contact us

Wafts from Vintage Wine Greet Chinese Archaeologists

by Medindia Content Team on November 21, 2007 at 3:36 PM
Font : A-A+

Wafts from Vintage Wine Greet Chinese Archaeologists

While excavating an ancient tomb, Chinese archaeologists have chanced upon a sealed bronze pot, containing a red liquid, that weighed two kilograms.

Wafts from a vintage brew greeted the archaeologists after they opened the pot, The China Daily reports.


The tomb is believed to have been built during the Warring States Period which lasted from 475 BC to 221 BC.

The find has been sent to Beijing for tests and verification.

Source: ANI


Recommended Reading

Latest General Health News

 People Living Close to the Seaside Enjoy Better Health
Direct coastal access may represent a viable route to public health promotion, but the relationships of coastal living are not strongest among lower-income groups.
 Over Four Million Gardeners Place Their Hearing in Danger
New research by Tinnitus UK has found that over four million gardeners are putting their hearing capacity at risk this summer without using safety protection.
Breaking the Barrier: Unraveling Mucus Plugs to Save Lives in COPD
Mucus plugs could be targeted to help reduce fatalities from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
 Disease Modifying Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis Continue to Drive Up Healthcare Cost
The development of reliable curative therapies for multiple sclerosis could significantly reduce the economic burden of the disease on patients and wider society.
 New Genetic Variant Provides Protection Against Alzheimer's Disease
A genetic variant in a patient protected from autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease (ADAD) suggests a role for RELN signaling in resilience to dementia.
View All
This site uses cookies to deliver our services.By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, and our Terms of Use  Ok, Got it. Close

Wafts from Vintage Wine Greet Chinese Archaeologists Personalised Printable Document (PDF)

Please complete this form and we'll send you a personalised information that is requested

You may use this for your own reference or forward it to your friends.

Please use the information prudently. If you are not a medical doctor please remember to consult your healthcare provider as this information is not a substitute for professional advice.

Name *

Email Address *

Country *

Areas of Interests