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A wide variety of finds have been excavated from the site. Most of the finds were waterlogged and in a good state of preservation because the site was in the middle of the river and the groundwater level was high. The finds include facilities of the town, for example, wells, pits for garbage dumping, ditches, ponds, graves, and a wide range of objects such as pottery, wooden objects, stone objects, metal objects, bone tools, fabrics, and organic remains. These finds tell us concretely what kinds of facilities and tools were used by medieval common people, how the daily life in the town was.
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