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An ancient tomb, thought to date to the 16th century, was discovered in the Thua Thien-Hue province of Vietnam.

Old tomb discovered in Thua Thien-Hue
VOV News, 19 December 2008

An ancient tomb has been uncovered in Quang Cong commune, Quang Dien district, central Thua Thien-Hue province, the Revolutionary History Museum said on December 16.

Workers of the provincial mineral exploration company discovered the tomb about 9m under the ground, at a site located 300m from the shore. It was mainly built by lime, sand and red bricks.

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One Reply to “Ancient tomb discovered in Thua Thien-Hue province”

  1. UNESCO makes an interesting claim regarding restoration of the My Son Site in Vietnam” that the treasure haord of the Champa kings were left with local village people for safekeeping from the invasion of Khmers and others. I have no interest in treasure, but a lot of interest in stories like this for a book I am research for. Can anyone point me to references on this matter or similar content?


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