Chinese Hongshan Hand
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Chinese Hongshan Hand Carved Jade-Height:53mm-Width:45mmDepth:13mm-Weight:43g-1mm=0.03937inch The Hongshan culture was a Neolithic culture in northeastern China. Hongshan sites have been found in an area stretching from Inner Mongolia to Liaoning, and dated from about 4700 to 2900 BC. The culture is named after Hongshanhou a site in Hongshan District, Chifeng. The Hongshanhou site was discovered by the Japanese archaeologist Torii Ry; in 1908 and extensively excavated in 1935 by saku Hamada and Mizuno Seiichi.