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Ming-dynasty china found in Acapulco

A new archaeological project focusing on the history of the Port of Acapulco has yielded its first treasure: thousands of fragments of a 400-year-old shipment of Ming-dynasty china. Described as “export-quality FULL STORY The post Ming-dynasty china found in Acapulco appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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