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A number of ceramics and stone artefacts have been discovered by divers in Ly Son at Quang Ngai Province. I’m sure more information about this will be announced at next week’s underwater archaeology conference.

Divers in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam Net 20141003

Divers in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam Net 20141003

Vestiges of two ancient shipwrecks discovered in Ly Son
Vietnam Net, 03 October 2014

Ancient ceramics found at sea
Viet Nam News, 08 October 2014

Mr. Doan Sung, adviser of the Anh Duong Investment Development Company, which was assigned to survey and explore Quang Ngai waters, said archaeologists had discovered many ceramic artifacts with unique floral patterns and dozens of ancient rocks lying at a depth of 4-10 m below the water surface, about 70 m from the An Binh island commune, Quang Ngai.

The company will propose to the local authorities to set up an underwater heritage preservation zone in the island district of Ly Son.

Dr. Doan Ngoc Khoi, deputy director of Quang Ngai Museum, said based on the artifacts that have been found, the waters of Ly Son Island are the home to ancient sunken ships.

Full stories here and here.

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