A visitor takes a picture for the human head-shaped pot. [Photo/qz96811.com]
Cultural relics from Banpo Ruins in Xi'an, Shaanxi province are on display at Quzhou Museum on May 14, which will run through July 1.
Some 71 set of relics are showcased, including the most representative items, the pot shaped like a human head, the basin with fish patterns and the red pottery sharp bottom flask with two double ears.
Dialogues between a student and an archaeologist at the museum unfold the ancient and distant Banpo Culture before visitors.
Banpo is an archaeological site discovered in 1953. It contains the remains of several well organized Neolithic settlements, carbon dating back to 6700–5600 years ago.
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