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With the approval of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, VNMH worked with the Gwangju National Museum to survey pottery kilns in Thanh Khoi Commune, Gia Loc District, Hai Duong Province from the 05th -14th of November, 2018.

With the approval of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, VNMH worked with the Gwangju National Museum to survey pottery kilns in Thanh Khoi Commune, Gia Loc District, Hai Duong Province from the 05th -14th of November, 2018.

On 13th of November, 2018, after a field survey, the delegation had a meeting with VNMH to report some preliminary research results. Welcoming and working were Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong - Director, together with managers and professional staff of the Archaeology Department and International Cooperation Department. On the Korean side, was Mr. Jang Je Geun, representative of Gwangju National Museum and some experts from the National Institute of Korean Cultural Heritage.

Meeting’s panorama

At the meeting, Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong, VNMH’s Director, thanked the Korean partners for undertaking this meaningful research trip and hoped that the cooperation of the two sides would be strengthened.

On the Korean side, Mr. Jang Je Geun expressed his sincere thanks to the VNMH’s leadership as well as local leaders of Gia Loc district for facilitating the Gwangju National Museum for implementing this field survey. In one week, their team surveyed four pottery kilns and achieved some results.

At the meeting, the Korean delegation shared some contents such as the methods and principles used during the survey, some 3D images in the survey area and the method of electro-physical treatment which has been used in some excavations in Korea. Two methods used in this field survey were the use of radar and magnetic survey methods to locate underground materials.

Sharing survey method using in the field survey

With the professional working methods and modern equipments, both sides hope to have the survey’s result soon to conduct research in the future.

 Taking memorial photo

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