CONFERENCE CFP: LỖ GIANG TEMPORARY PALACE IN THE HISTORY OF TRẦN DYNASTY (13TH-14TH CENTURIES)

Jointly organized by Institute of Imperial Citadel Studies – Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences and Thái Bình Provincial People’s Committee. Dates: November 29-30, 2019. Venue: Hall of People’s Committee of Hưng Hà district, Thái Bình province. Languages: Vietnamese-English-Japanese (Tiếng Việt đọc tại đây: https://www.facebook.com/viennghiencuukinhthanh/posts/782532252201704) Your support in circulating this Call for Paper in your Network is much appreciated! —————– Thái Bình, locates in the East of … Continue reading CONFERENCE CFP: LỖ GIANG TEMPORARY PALACE IN THE HISTORY OF TRẦN DYNASTY (13TH-14TH CENTURIES)

CHAMPA CITADELS: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL STUDY

CHAMPA CITADELS: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL STUDY ĐỖ TRƯỜNG GIANG, YAMAGATA MARIKO, NGUYỄN VĂN QUẢNG, SUZUKI TOMOMI From 2009 to 2012, a joint research team of Japanese and Vietnamese archaeologists led by the late A/P. Dr. Nishimura Masanari conducted surveys and excavations at fifteen sites around the Hóa Châu Citadel in Thừa Thiên Huế Province, which was built by the Champa people in the ninth … Continue reading CHAMPA CITADELS: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL STUDY

Diplomacy, Trade and Networks: Champa in the Asian Commercial Context (7th-10th Centuries)

Diplomacy, Trade and Networks: Champa in the Asian Commercial Context (7th-10th Centuries) Do Truong Giang LINK TO READ FULL PAPER: https://journals.openedition.org/moussons/3521?lang=en Abstracts  Previous studies of Champa history mainly based on an assumption that Champa was an “Indianized” kingdom who profoundly influenced by Indian civilization. Recent studies, however, have convinced that apart from Indian influence, Champa did benefit greatly from other civilization centers, especially China and Middle East. … Continue reading Diplomacy, Trade and Networks: Champa in the Asian Commercial Context (7th-10th Centuries)

Four 800-year-old ceramic kilns discovered in central Vietnam

The remains of at least four 800-year-old pottery kilns of the Champa culture have been unearthed by experts of the museum of Binh Dinh Province in central Vietnam at the archaeological site of Truong Cuu Hill in An Nhon Town. They found fairly intact ceramic ovens and nearly 1,000 ceramic objects including bowls, plates, jars and tiles over a 100sq.m area. Traces of ruined ceramic … Continue reading Four 800-year-old ceramic kilns discovered in central Vietnam