3,000-year-old stone axes unearthed in Vietnam

Published on June 11th, 2015 | by Admin


Archaeologists working near the Ngu Hanh Son Mountains in Vietname have unearthed five stone axes.

An archeological team from Viet Nam Archaeology Institute found five stone axes believed to come from the 3,000-year-old Sa Huynh Culture at a Khue Bac communal house garden in the central city.

The communal house lies at the foot of the Ngu Hanh Son Mountains (Marble Mountains), 15km from the city centre.

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Story: Viet Nam News | Photo: Viet Nam News

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