A bronze bell was found by local fishermen on a summer morning 1958, in coastal area of Do Son port.
There is not a random case when 2 bronze drums and 2 bronze statues of Dong Son culture were assigned the title of National Treasure in 1st review among 30 other artifacts. Bronze drums Ngoc Lu and Hoang Ha are quite famous so there is no need to advertise them more, Lach Truong bronze lamp is also deservedly a National Treasure and there are a lot of articles about it. So what about the rest statue?
Sanh Mon Ha Seal is one of 30 representative museum pieces that have been recognized by the prime minister as national treasures in first review by the decision 1426/QĐTTg on October 1th 2012. The name of the seal sounds as pronunciation of 4 Chinese characters of seal style in the face of the seal.
Artifacts recognized as National Treasure must be precious and unique. Like human, they can tell us much more stories.
We’ll follow the becoming of "Đường Kách Mệnh" for understanding the fate and vitality of the book.
The content of the book is organized according to actual topics, and the pages are grouped by topic instead of the usual page numbering. At the beginning of the book, Nguyen Ai Quoc wrote: "The purpose of the book is to tell our people that they can understand:
The famous jar was recognized as National treasure in 1st review along with 30 other masterpieces. This is the biggest jar found in Vietnam and probably in the world because of its originality and belonging to Dong Son culture.
November 1924 Nguyen Ai Quoc arrived to Guangzhou China where was in a favorable political situation.
Among 30 museum pieces recognized in 1st review as National Treasures a piece from sea, exactly from estuary: Lach Truong estuary, the land between 2 districts of Thanh Hoa province Hau Loc and Hoang Hoa. The treasure called bronze lamp which was found in 1953 in brick tomb aging first centuries AD.
Handwritten Draft of President Ho Chi Minh’s “Appeal to National Resistance”, 19 December 1946
The Revolutionary Road (Đường Kách mệnh) of our Nation’s Leader Nguyen Ai Quoc, published in Guangxi (China) in 1927
Nam Giao Temple Stele, stone, Thang Long citadel (Hanoi), erected in the the 4th year of Vinh Tri reign, Le Hy Tong dynasty (1679AD).