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date: 23 August 2019

Anyang Ānyáng 安阳‎ 1.01 million est. 2008 urban pop. 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Wang YingWANG Ying

Anyang was the center of Chinese culture and power during the Shang dynasty (1766–1045 bce). Archaeological excavations have unearthed many artifacts that showcase the importance and predominance of its civilization, most notably the famous Bronze Age “oracle bones.” Anyang’s Yin Xu excavation site became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in2006. ...

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