Liao Dynasty nomadic campsite found in China

A team of archaeologists has discovered the remains of an ancient campsite for nomadic emperors from the Liao Dynasty (907-1125) in north-east China's Jilin province. One of four seasonal camps, the site is believed to have been an administrative centre during the reign of the nomadic Khitans.

The site has been excavated since summer of 2014 and has produced "more than 100 cultural relics, including tiles, pottery, porcelain, copper coins and Buddha statues." The size of the campsite has yet to be disclosed, but it is believed to be the biggest ever found in China.