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2,500-year-old Dong Son civilisation grave excavated in Phu Tho

2,500-year-old Dong Son civilisation grave excavated in Phu Tho
trefwoorden: Vietnam - graf - 400 BCE - Hung tempel
On Monday, archaeologists discovered a grave dating as far back as 2,300-2,500 years ago in northern Phu Tho province.
The region is home to the Hung Kings of the Dong Son civilisation, the founders of present-day Viet Nam.
The grave was unearthed at the Go De site in Lam Thao district by a group of archaeologists who were working on a project entitled "Hung Temples and relics of the Hung dynasty".
Included in the grave, located in the Gia Ninh tribe region, were many possesions of the deceased.

Lees verder bij: VN Agency ( oktober 2003)