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Chinese team says it found evidence of mythical great flood
by Gerry Shih
The Associated Press Translate This Article
5 August 2016
On 5 August 2016 The Associated Press reported:
A great flood at the dawn of Chinese civilization was said to have swept away settlements, the water rising so high that it overran hills, mountains, and even heaven itself. It was the sage King Yu who tamed the waters by building ditches, the legend went, thus earning a mandate to rule and laying the foundation for China's first dynasty, the Xia. But until now, scientists could not pin down evidence that the flood, or Yu, or even the Xia Dynasty ever existed outside of the origin myths passed down through millennia. Now a team of researchers led by Wu Qianlong, a former Peking University seismologist, say in a study published this week in the journal Science that they've indeed found evidence . . .
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