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Results of the excavation of the site of the temple – pagoda Ba Tam (Duong Xa – Gia Lam – Hanoi)
  • 30/08/2008 14:33

Results of the excavation of the site of the temple – pagoda Ba Tam (Duong Xa – Gia Lam – Hanoi)

In the programme of archaeological studies on the territory of Hanoi to commemorate the 1000 e anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi, the Museum of History of Vietnam in coordination with the Service of Culture and Information of Hanoi and the Leading Bureau of the 1000 e anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi, has undertaken the excavation of the group of sites of the temple – pagoda Ba Tam (Duong Xa – Gia Lam – Hanoi).

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The group of sites of the temple and pagoda of Ba Tam
  • 30/08/2008 14:31

The group of sites of the temple and pagoda of Ba Tam

The group of sites of the temple and pagoda of Ba Tam is situated in the commune of Duong Xa, district of Gia Lam, suburb of Hanoi. The group is 20km from the center of Hanoi to the east. From the center of Hanoi, one passes through the bridge Chuong Duong, and by following the national road nr 5 in the direction of Haiphong about 8km, one arrives to the commune of Duong Xa. The group is situated on the left, quite near the national road.

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Thinking of ceramic vases with coloured decoration at Ban Chieng site (Thailand) storing in National Museum of Vietnamese History
  • 30/08/2008 14:28

Thinking of ceramic vases with coloured decoration at Ban Chieng site (Thailand) storing in National Museum of Vietnamese History

Ban Chieng site in Nong Han district, Udon Thani province (Northeast Thailand). In the years of 60 - 70 of 20th century, the Ban Chieng site was discovered and excavated with a huge amount of objects include many diffirent materials as: stone, pottery, bronze, iron, glass, bone. That's why the Ban Chieng was become a famous site and played a very important role in studying of Metal Age in Northeast Thailand as well as Southeast Asia.

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where is Le Nhan Tong king's tomb? (occasion of discovering a stone turtle at Lam Kinh relic)
  • 30/08/2008 14:27

where is Le Nhan Tong king's tomb? (occasion of discovering a stone turtle at Lam Kinh relic)

Being one of Le kings who were buried in Lam Son forest, Le Nhan Tong king's tomb is still not define where it is up to now.

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The ceramics of Phu Lang: A center of antique ceramics of the Red River Delta
  • 30/08/2008 14:25

The ceramics of Phu Lang: A center of antique ceramics of the Red River Delta

On occasion of the National Day 2/9/2006, the Museum of History of Vietnam organizes the exhibition on the theme “Ceramics of Phu Lang, before and nowadays”, presenting the collections of ancient ceramics of Phu Lang (17 – 18 th centuries) of the Museum of History of Vietnam as well as some private collections and a choice of the collection of ceramics Nhung, created by an artist of the village Phu Lang.

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Some preliminary remarks on the results of the exploration and of the archaeological excavation of the site 114 Mai Hac De, district of Hai Ba Trung,

1 – Before permitting to enterprises to construct big monuments such as Vincom tower, the decision of letting the technical services to carry out the archaeological excavation of the n o 114 Mai Hac De, of the People’s

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