A burial has been discovered at an excavation at Viet Nams Ha Tinh province.
4,000-year-old bones discovered in Ha Tinh
Viet Nam Net, 06 December 2014
Archaeologists have uncovered stone implements, pottery and human and animal bones and teeth, including rhinoceros feet, dating back four millennia in the central province of Ha Tinh, in a find hailed as giving new insights into Vietnam’s post-stone-age culture.
The team from Ha Tinh Museum undertook the dig from November 21 to December 1 and found, at a depth of two metres, an archaeological trove that included a human skeleton dated as being 4,000 years old. The bones showed signs of having been burned.
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