4 August 2006 (Viet Nam News) – A follow up report of the unearthed ancient village in the central Quang Ngai province in Vietnam, with details of Viet and Cham finds in a shrine to the White Tiger.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a village believed to be 600 years old in the Nghia Hanh District in the central province of Quang Ngai…
Two lime pots and ceramic pieces made by Viet and Cham people were found in a shrine dedicated to the white tiger at the back of the village.
– Folk Pottery in South-East Asia by D. F. Rooney
– The Ceramics of Southeast Asia : Their Dating and Identification by R. M. Brown
– Vietnamese Ceramics: A Separate Tradition by J. Stevensen, J. Guy and L. A. Cort