Some of the antiques date back to 6,400 BC
They added up to the archeological collections of the Early Bronze Age and Sa Huynh culture in Vietnam
Experts hope to connect the artifacts to historical events, but caution against drawing hasty conclusions
The excavation proved that the site was inhabited by ancient Vietnamese people in the 10,000-8,000 BC era
A museum in a northern Vietnamese province is dedicated to displaying and preserving the gems of the Muong ethnic minority group’s culture and serves as an alluring ecological tourism site at the same time
Authorities in north-central Vietnam have awarded two local men over US$3,000 in total for giving away two antique drums which they unearthed last year
The vestiges of a 3,500-year-old village have been discovered in the northern province of Tuyen Quang and considered part of a thriving ancient culture
An exhibit opening on Tuesday in Hanoi showcases nearly 300 artifacts, which are the fruits of a 90-year painstaking research on the Dong Son era of ancient Vietnam, dated around 1,000 B.C. to A.D. 100.
Vietnamese archeologists unearthed 20,000-year-old artifacts dating back to the Stone Age late last week in northern Vietnam’s Ha Giang Province.
Tra Vinh Province’s General Museum in southern Vietnam recently announced that concluding a two-year project, it has collected a total of 326 artifacts used by people of Khmer ethnic minority some hundreds of years ago.
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