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New discoveries made at Thang Long Citadel announced
  • 18/12/2014 12:36

New discoveries made at Thang Long Citadel announced

HA NOI (VNS) — Previously, scientists had only found relics from two dynasties at Thang Long Royal Citadel, but this year they had a major breakthrough when they were able to identify objects from several more dynasties at the historical site.

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Unearthing Lo Gach archaeological site
  • 18/12/2014 12:33

Unearthing Lo Gach archaeological site

(Cinet)- A recent excavation at the Lo Gach archaeological site in the vicinity of Kom Pong Thmo Pagoda has revealed intact large-scale earthen ramparts believed to be the largest found so far in the southwestern region.

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Coffin caves in Suoi Bang commune – archaeological treasure
  • 18/12/2014 12:32

Coffin caves in Suoi Bang commune – archaeological treasure

Around 80 such caves are located in a rocky mountain range called Ma Lang Chanh (roughly translated as Ancient Ghost Cave Mountain) by locals with the largest number found in Na Loi village at the centre of Suoi Bang.

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Hanoi: Rampart found underneath ancient spiral-shaped citadel
  • 09/12/2014 13:35

Hanoi: Rampart found underneath ancient spiral-shaped citadel

Archaeologists have recently discovered traces of a form of rampart beneath the spiral-shaped Co Loa Citadel, an ancient walled city, in Hanoi’s Dong Anh district.

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Results of survey and excavations undertaken at Dong Co temple relic, Tu Liem district, Hanoi
  • 09/12/2014 13:33

Results of survey and excavations undertaken at Dong Co temple relic, Tu Liem district, Hanoi

Within an archaeological study project for celebrating the Millennial Anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi, the VNMH has collaborated with the Hanoi's Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the National Steering Committee to undertake a survey and excavations at Dong Co temple relic (Nguyen Xa village, Minh Khai commune, Tu Liem district, Hanoi).

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King Richard III Case Closed After 529 Years
  • 05/12/2014 15:51

King Richard III Case Closed After 529 Years

The international research team led by Dr Turi King from the University of Leicester Department of Genetics has now provided overwhelming evidence that the skeleton discovered under a car park in Leicester indeed represents the remains of King Richard III, thereby closing what is probably the oldest forensic case solved to date.

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Roman pond found at Barnham archaeological site
  • 10/11/2014 15:26

Roman pond found at Barnham archaeological site

An ancient pond and Roman artefacts have been discovered in a West Sussex village by archaeologists.

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Archaeologists uncover remains of pre-Columbian village in central Colombia
  • 07/11/2014 09:45

Archaeologists uncover remains of pre-Columbian village in central Colombia

Archaeologists have discovered a pre-Columbian town in central Colombia, recovering tons of archaeological evidence of which some dates as far back as 900BC, sponsor EPM said Friday.

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Thirteen-Angled Stone Found at Inca Site of Inkawasi
  • 29/10/2014 14:30

Thirteen-Angled Stone Found at Inca Site of Inkawasi

The discovery has been made by researchers investigating a stretch of the Inca road network, known as the Qhapaq Ñan, that runs from Vilcashuaman in the Ayacucho Andes to Pisco on the coast south of Lima, according to the state news agency Andina.

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Archaeologists have discovered a sunken village from millennia ago
  • 22/10/2014 14:21

Archaeologists have discovered a sunken village from millennia ago

The first Stone Age settlement identified in Polish waters has been discovered in the lake Gil Wielki, Iława Lake District (Warmia and Mazury) by underwater archaeologists led by Dr. Andrzej Pydyn from the Department of Underwater Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

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