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