Vietnam discovers 2,700-year-old antiques

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06 November 2006 (People’s Daily) – Report of an archaeological haul of pre-Dong Son artifacts in the Thanh Hoa District.

Vietnam discovers 2,700-year-old antiques

The archeologists of the Vietnam Archeology Institute found the 7,085 antiques, including pieces of processed stone, pottery wares, knives, earrings and plumb bobs, and some bronze items in Cam Thuy district, Thanh Hoa province. They also discovered many 2,700-year- old stone items, consisting of hoes, axes and graters, and pottery wares.

Unearthed relics provide unique glimpse of the past

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04 November 2006 (Thanh Nien News) – A short post on Dong Son finds in Thanh Hoa province.

Unearthed relics provide unique glimpse of the past

More than 7,000 artifacts made of different materials like stone, bronze and ceramic were found at Khat hamlet, Cam Thuy district, the Vietnam Archeology Institute said.

According to the institute, the discoveries are precious evidence in the study of ancient production methodologies, animal husbandry, stone carving, bronze casting, pottery making, fishing and trading in the Ma river delta some 2,000 years ago.