Archaeological objects dug up in 2 provinces

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1 Aug 2006 (Vietnam Net Bridge) – A composite of two stories, the first reports finds of Tran Dynsaty artifacts from Yen Bai Province, the second already mentioned on a previous post of the fishing village in the Khanh Hoa Province. Sorry for the delay! I’ve been ill.

Archaeological objects dug up in 2 provinces

A number of Tran Dynasty (1225-1400) relics have been uncovered during an excavation of the archaeological site at the [tag]Ben Lan Pagoda[/tag] in the northwestern province of Yen Bai.

Archaeologists from the Viet Nam Institute of Archaeology (VNIA) and the Yen Bai Museum discovered vestiges of 12 terracotta towers, increasing the number of towers at the site to 14. The first two towers were found during another excavation last year.

Tran Dynasty's vestiges unearthed in northern province

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17 July 2006 (Nhan Dan) – Remains of Tran dynasty terracota towers found in north Vietnam.

Tran Dynasty’s vestiges unearthed in northern province

Vestiges of 12 terracotta towers and a quadrangular stone wall measuring 295 m in perimeter dating back to the Tran Dynasty (1225-1400) were found at the [tag]Hac Y archaeological site[/tag] in Luc Yen district of northern Yen Bai province.