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6 April 2007 (The Nation) – There are two separate stories in this news story: the first is the discovery of two kilns in Phitsanulok province; the second is the discovery of ten 2,000-year-old graves in Nakhon Ratchasima province.

More ancient kilns found

The Mineral Resources Department (MRD) has unearthed two ancient pottery kilns in Phitsanulok’s Muang district, while local archaeologists in Nakhon Ratchasima yesterday found 10 ancient graves with human bones and artefacts dating back more than 2,000 years.

MRD director-general Apichai Chawacharoenphan said yesterday that two kilns had been found so far in an ongoing survey of Wat Tapakhaohai and the compound of its school in Tambon Hau Raw.

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Dr Noel Hidalgo Tan is the Senior Specialist in Archaeology at SEAMEO-SPAFA, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaelogy and Fine Arts.


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