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3 August 2004
3,000 year-old artifacts found in southern Vietnam

Archaeologists have unearthed a number of stone and bone tools and earthenware vessels in the southern coastal province of Vung Tau (Vietnam) after 20 days of excavation. The findings include stone axes, bone hammers, and earthenware household items such as pots and dishes. Their designs link them to similiar ancient artefacts found in archaeological sites in the southern province of Long An, dating back some 3,000 years

Source: Vietnam News Agency (2 August 2004)

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