Archaeologists have shared a common opinion that the recent unearthed pile area in coastal city of Hải Phòng show a mass scale of Bạch Đằng River victory in 1288 by the navy troop of Đại Việt (the then Việt Nam) against Yuan-Mongol invaders.
A recent international workshop held in the northern province of Thái Bình once again confirmed the value of Lỗ Giang Palace built during the Trần Dynasty (1225-1400).
Hà Nội’s Department of Culture and Sports has sent a letter urging authorities to save the pre-historic archaeological site, popularly known as Vườn Chuối, to preserve ancient artefacts that belonged to the city's earliest residents.
Remnants of the foundations of a 10th century pagoda in Xuân Đài Mountain, Vĩnh Lộc District, the central province of Thanh Hóa, have just been excavated.
Scientists announced they have uncovered the structure of a wall at the 600-year-old royal Hồ citadel in the central province of Thanh Hóa’s Vĩnh Lộc District.
A complex of Chăm towers have been unveiled after three recent excavations were dug up in the central city’s suburban, creating more evidence that the largest Chăm towers had existed in the region from the 10th to 11th century.
Vạc Village in the central province of Nghệ An has been regarded as an inportant archaeological site. It hosts thousands of objects made of bronze and ceramic, especially 14 bronze drums dating back 2,100 years ago. Trần Mai Hưởng reports.
Thousands of ceramic objects were unearthed at an excavation site in the central province of Bình Định, scientists confirmed at a workshop held in the province on June 27.