Dong Son drum found in Sukhothai province

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Dong Son Drum fragment from Sukhothai. Source: Post Today 2015044

Article is in Thai, but the picture says it all. A Dong Son drum (at least, a fragment of it) was found in Thailand’s Sukhothai province.

Dong Son Drum fragment from Sukhothai. Source: Post Today 2015044

Dong Son Drum fragment from Sukhothai. Source: Post Today 2015044

สุโขทัยพบกลองโบราณอายุกว่า2,500ปี…. อ่านต่อได้ที่
Post Today, 04 April 2015
Article is in Thai

สุโขทัย-พบกลองโบราณกลางไร่มันบ้านวังหาด นักโบราณคดีตรวจสอบแล้วพบมีอายุกว่า 2,500 ปี เมื่อวันที่4เม.ย.58 ที่บริเวณกลางไร่มันสำปะหลัง หมู่ 2 บ้านวังหาด ต.ตลิ่งชัน อ.บ้านด่านลานหอย จ.สุโขทัย ได้มีการค้นพบวัตถุโบราณลักษณะเป็นแผ่นสำริด……. อ่านต่อได้ที่

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Vietnam adds more national treasures to register

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Stele at the Temple of Literature. Source: Viet Nam Net 20150114

Vietnam has moved to recgonise 12 more relics in its national register, including a bronze Dong son drum, the stele at the Temple of Literature, and a Mukalinga.

Stele at the Temple of Literature. Source: Viet Nam Net 20150114

Stele at the Temple of Literature. Source: Viet Nam Net 20150114

12 artefacts gain new status
Viet Nam Net, 14 January 2015

Vietnam names another 12 cultural, historical items national treasures
Tuoi Tre News, 15 January 2015

Close-up of seven newly recognized national treasures
Viet Nam Net, 17 January 2015
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Bronze drum discovered in north vietnam

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A bronze Dong Son drum has been found in Bac Kan province in north Vietnam.

Archaeologists discuss the newly-found bronze drum from northern province of Bac Kan. Source: Saigon Giai Phong 20130708

Archaeologists discuss the newly-found bronze
drum from northern province of Bac Kan. Source: Saigon Giai Phong 20130708

Ancient bronze drum found in Bac Kan
Saigon Giai Phong, 06 July 2018

A bronze drum from the Dong Son culture (2,000BC-200AD) has been found at a road construction site in the northern province of Bac Kan, according to researchers from the Vietnam Archaeology Institute.

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