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« on: July 14, 2009, 08:15:19 am »
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Dong Son and the sea
      


A Dong Son bronze spear and an axe found near the coastline may suggest that the ancient peoples of that ure may have interacted with the sea more than previously thought. I do find the conclusions of the archaeologist in the article stretching a bit too thin when he says that the discovery of the [...]
         

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Christian;

There is no evidence to show the artifacts were not planted and two artifacts does not a culture make. Its like saying the remains, found in the alps, show a culture of snow men.

Neat looking artifacts, though.... very Saxon looking spear head. Hmmm.

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