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Central Highlands province discovers 43 archaeological sites

Central Highlands province discovers 43 archaeological sites
trefwoorden: Vietnam - nieuwe steentijd - 1.000 BCE
The Central Highlands province of Kon Tum has discovered 43 sites of archaeological potential with most dating back to the New Stone Age, about 3,000 years ago.
The discovery was made in a recent survey jointly conducted by the Institute of Archaeology and the provincial Cultural Service from May until August. The findings have served as background for the province's map on archaeological sites recently compiled by the Institute of Archaeology.
The survey has helped unearth hundreds of artifacts with high historic values and the most unique designs ever found across Viet Nam, said archaeologists. They cited an axe made of Silica and various jewellery pieces as example.

Gelezen bij: Vietnam News Agency (27 augustus 2003)