| 9 December 2007
Ancient metallurgy relics unearthed in Vietnam
An archeological site full of metallurgy tools and pottery dating back nearly 3,000 years ago has been discovered in Vietnamís central Khanh Hoa province. The Vietnam Archeology Institute found a number of bronze molds and bronze-refining tools, eight tombs and over 126,000 pieces of pottery in the Vinh Yen 50-square meter site in Van Ninh district. The antiques belonged to an ancient village, whose residents lived on agriculture, pottery and bronze-casting.
Source: The Manila Times (8 December 2007)
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