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30 July 2006 (Vietnam Net Bridge) – What is believed to be the oldest fishing village in central Vietnam has been unearthed in the Khanh Hoa Province.

3,500-year-old fishing village discovered in Khanh Hoa province

The head of the excavation team, Dr. Tran Qui Thinh, said scientists have found traces of cooking stoves and unearthed 261 items, including ceramic objects and objects made from stone and animal bone, as well as tens of thousands of ceramics pieces and animal bones, approximately 120cm under the surface.

Related Books:
The Archaeology of Mainland Southeast Asia: From 10,000 B.C. to the Fall of Angkor by C. Higham

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