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Transpoting a dongsonian dugout log boat coffin to the Museum - case of cooperation with australien collegues from ANUniversity and ANMuseum 2004

 

The most famous hoabinhian cave of Xom Trai (Lac Son, Hoa Binh, Vietnam)

 

Studio via modern X-ray film to controle relationship between facial sorf tissues and facial bone (Project : Facial reconstruction for prehistoric human skulls)

 

12.500 years old chared fruit fragments as food remains excavated in the Hoabinhian cave of Con Mong (Thanh Hoa, Vietnam)

 

The first pebble tool with a narrow and curved polished edge. The tool is collected in the rock-shelter Du Sang (Hoa Binh, Vietnam)

 

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Project 1: Ancient Textile in Vietnam [05/08/2008]

 

Project 1

Ancient Textile in Vietnam (2001 – 2011)

Manager : Dr. Nguyen Viet
Funding : Pham Huy Thong foundation

Goals : The project started with successful separating first cloth fabrics excavated 2000 from a dugout waterlogged coffin in Chau Can. The separating technique is developed by CESEAP. The project focus in technology, which permises collecting the textile materials in archaeological waterlogged context and conservating for research and museum display. The project research also micro elements of textile as fibres, weaving, deying, fungies and baterien…as well as ancient custumes basing on archaeological materials.

Acting periodations
2001-2004 : Material collection
2005-2008 : Labor and experimental researchs
2009-2010 : documentation
2011 : conference and publication

Calling cooperations
- Fibres material identification, deying colour and material studing, weaving techniques, ancient custums, nat. and internat. colloqium – seminars - conferences

 

 

OTHERS PROJECTS



[18/06/2012] Die Bronzefiguren von Negritos in archäologischer Funstelle von Dong-Son (Thanh Hoa, Vietnam) und in Sa Thay (Kon Tum, Vietnam) [2012.06.17] gefunden

[10/08/2008] Project 2: Further Studies on Hoabinhian

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