added by archaeologs [Su-fu-t’un]. A site near the city of Yidu in Shandong province where large cruciform shaft tombs with sacrificial victims were excavated in 1965-6. The Sufutun tombs were similar in construction to the so-called royal tombs at Anyang Xibeigang and belong either to the very end of the Shang dynasty or the very beginning of the Zhou. The tombs had all been looted before excavation, and a large group of inscribed bronze ritual vessels now divided among several museums is believed to have come from them.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983