Unearthed objects of Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City including jade artifacts, pottery artifacts, lacquerware, stone artifacts, bamboo and wooden artifacts, bone and horn artifacts, etc., in which, the jade artifact is the most typical and significant one. Over 7,000 pieces of jade artifacts have been unearthed in Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City, which were mainly found as the burial objects in the graded cemeteries. The main types of unearthed jade artifacts including: cong, yue, bi, three-pronged plaque, awl-shaped pendent, semi-circular ornament, huang, trapezoidal plaque, column-shaped artifact and bracelet, cubic-caved bird-shaped ornament, end ornament of weaving tools, spindle whorl, ect.. Jade artifacts are mainly made of tremolite and actionlite. Some of the jade artifacts are carved with patterns, among which deity and animal mask motif that symbolizingthe unified belief with significance of monotheism are in majority, followed by bird patterns and dragon head patterns, etc.. The Liangzhu culture jade artifacts can be divided into two kinds. One being a set of ritual and ceremonial jade artifacts marking identities, originated from the authority of the deity and kingship, such as cong, yue, bi, awl-shaped pendant, three-pronged plaque, huang, grouped awl-shaped pendants, as well as production tools including end ornament of weaving tools and spindle whorl, ect. which indicate difference of hierarchy and gender