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Sanxingdui Bronze Mask

Sanxingdui Bronze Mask

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The Sanxingdui Site is an ancient Shu cultural site dating back approximately 5000 to 3000 years, dating back to the late Neolithic period. In January 1998, it was announced by the State Council as a "National Key Cultural Relics Protection Unit" and has now been included in the World Cultural Heritage Key Protection List. At the Sanxingdui site, many bronze human masks were unearthed, totaling more than 20 masks, divided into three types: large, medium, and small. These bronze mask groups, represented by longitudinal masks, are one of the most distinctive and spiritual cultural relics in Sanxingdui. They are the earliest and largest group of masks unearthed in China.