An Giang to display over 1,000 ancient artefacts of Oc Eo culture

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An exhibition featuring more than 1,000 ancient artefacts of Oc Eo culture will be displayed in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang from September 29-October 30.

At the press conference of the event

At the press conference of the event

The objects include pottery, tools, jewelry, casts for making jewelry, coins, and religious statues.
A number of musuems of 17 cities and provinces in the South will join the exhibition.
Oc Eo archeological site is located in Thoai Son district, 40km from Long Xuyen city, in An Giang Province. Excavation at Oc Eo began in 1944 by French archaeologist Louis Malleret. The relic is believed to be a busy commercial port of the once-powerful Funan kingdom 2,000 years ago.
An Giang: Sẽ triển lãm hơn 1.000 hiện vật gốm Óc Eo ảnh 1

By NHU NGUYEN – Translated by Kim Khanh

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