Ancient ship wreck yields antiques in Vietnam waters

A shipwreck found off the coast of the Binh Dinh Province has yielded Song Dynasty ceramics in an initial survey.

Yes! It has been a rather slow news week, which explains the lack of updates.
14 July 2006 (Thanh Nien News) – A shipwreck found off the coast of the Binh Dinh Province has yielded Song Dynasty ceramics in an initial survey.

Ancient ship wreck yields antiques in Vietnam waters

Vietnam province authorities recently discovered a shipwreck off the central coast loaded with antique pottery, reported central Binh Dinh province museum.

According to the museum authorities, the wreck is located at sea waters of My Duc commune of Phu My district in Binh Dinh province.


Related Books:
Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasure in Southeast Asia by T. Wells
Oriental trade ceramics in Southeast Asia, 10th to 16th century: Selected from Australian collections, including the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Bodor Collection by J. Guy
Chinese Celadons and Other Related Wares in Southeast Asia by the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

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Author: Noel Tan

Dr Noel Hidalgo Tan is the Senior Specialist in Archaeology at SEAMEO-SPAFA, the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaelogy and Fine Arts.

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