2,500-year-old tomb found in Vietnam

Published on January 5th, 2010 | by Admin


A 2,500-year-old tomb has been found in Khanh Hoa, Vietnam.

Between July and November, archaeologists from the Archaeology Institute and the Khanh Hoa Museum excavated this site, collecting more than 2,000 objects including tools and jewelry made of bronze, iron, porcelain, bone and shells.

Dr. Tran Quy Thinh, the leader of the excavation group, said on-site discoveries have contributed significantly to knowledge of prehistoric development in Khanh Hoa and the southern part of the central region.

The ancient people in Vinh Yen also worked and interacted with residents of the Mekong River, downstream of Dong Nai river, and people in Phu Yen, Quang Ngai and Binh Dinh

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One Response to 2,500-year-old tomb found in Vietnam

  1. Andrea says:

    Really like your site. Enjoy ancient history myself including archaeology, geology, anthropology, etc.

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