via Vietnam Plus, 13 September 2022: Burial discovered at the Giong Ca Vo archaeological site in Ho Chi Minh City.
An ancient human skeleton dating back about 2,300 years has been discovered at the Giong Ca Vo archaeological site in Ho Chi Minh City’s Can Gio district.
According to specialists, the skeleton belongs to a 1.65m-tall man with high social ranking due to two animal fangs found on his neck.
The Giong Ca Vo archaeological site was discovered in 1993 and first excavated in 1994.
The total area of the site is 29,000sq.m, the centre of which is located on a red soil mound, about 1.5m higher than the surrounding area and covers an area of 7,000sq.m.
Source: 2,300-year-old skeleton unearthed in HCM City | Society | Vietnam+ (VietnamPlus)
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