Archaeologists announced the results of the excavation of a 19th century tomb in Binh Dinh province.
Excavation of tomb in Binh Dinh province. Source: Viet Nam News 20151123
Excavation of ancient tomb made public in Binh Dinh
Viet Nam News, 23 November 2015
The initial analysis of an ancient tomb excavated in An Nhon District in the central coastal province of Binh Dinh has been made known.
According to archaeologists, the tomb contained a mummified man aged from 67 to 70 years old. He was believed to be Vietnamese based on the characteristics of his nasal cavity and orbit.
Dr Nguyen Lan Cuong, head of the excavating team, told Viet Nam News, that the Viet Nam Institute of Archaeology decided to excavate and research this tomb as it was located in a residential area which had been reconstructed.
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Vietnamese archaeologists reveal the findings from their recent excavation of Nguyen Dynasty tombs in Ben Tre Province.
Ben Tre Tomb, Vietnam Net 20140721
Findings of old tombs in Ben Tre Province disclosed
Vietnam Net, 21 July 2014
Excavations are underway to uncover a 18th or 19th century tomb in Vietnam’s Ben Tre Province.
Source: Vietnam News 20140428
Excavation begins of ancient Ben Tre tomb
Viet Nam News, 28 April 2014
Sources say that the excavation of what is thought to be the tomb of an Ayutthaya king in Myanmar may resume soon.
Source: The Irrawady 20140326
Joint Thai-Burmese Study Slated for Siamese King’s Mandalay Tomb
The Irrawady, 26 March 2014
The search for the tomb of Thai King Uthomporn in Myanmar’s Amarupura has recently been suspended, but the excavation team is hopeful that work can resume soon.
Royal tomb project ‘to go ahead’
The Nation, 21 March 2014
Vietnamese archaeologists investigate a large three-chambered brick tomb in Quang Ninh Province. The tombs, approximately 2,000 years old, are thought to be similar to some Chinese tombs of the same time.
Brick tombs in Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam News 20110406
Ancient catacomb complex explored
Viet Nam News, 06 April 2011
Archaeologists discover a 2,000-year-old tomb at the site of Go Den Ran, located in the outskirts of Hanoi.
Ancient tomb found in Ha Noi
Viet Nam News, 23 December 2010
Restoration works to the tomb of the 19th century King Dong Khanh begins in Hue.
Hue begins restoration of royal tomb
Thanh Nien News, 05 November 2009
A Dong Son period tomb comprising of a boat coffin, human statues and domestic items were unearthed near Hai Phon City in Vietnam.
Ancient tomb dated back 1,800 years unearthed
Nhan Dan, 30 October 2009
The mausoleum of the Nguyen Dynasty King Tu Duc (1829-1883) will be restored by a joint German-Vietnamese team from now until mid-next year. Tu Duc’s tomb has been described as a romantic fairyland which include pools and gardens.
King Tu Ducâ€™s tomb to be restored
Vietnam Net Bridge, 12 March 2009