Swiss Watch Found In Ancient Chinese Tomb
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December 18, 2008:

Archaeologists excavating a site in the southern Chinese province of Shangsi discovered a watch in a grave thought to be undisturbed for 400 years. The grave dates back to the Ming Dynasty, which ruled China from 1368 to 1644. The miniature watch, made in the shape of a ring, appears to be no more than a hundred years old and has the word "SWISS" engraved on the back.

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