Researchers find Southeast Asia’s earliest toilet

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A team of Australian and Vietnamese researchers have found what is thought to be Southeast Asia’s oldest toilet, potentially shedding light on how hunter-gatherers transitioned into settled communities.

The Rach Nui site near Ho Chi Minh City

The Rach Nui site near Ho Chi Minh City

Research sheds light on how Southeast Asia evolved from Hunter Gatherer to Farming Society
Heritage Daily, 14 June 2012

Asia’s First Toilet Discovered In Southern Vietnam
Asian Scientist, 18 June 2012

Ancient toilet found in Viet Nam [Link no longer active]
Viet Nam News, 20 June 2012
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