Development of Archaeology in Vietnam

Van Tan Ha

Abstract


In Vietnam all archaeological researches before 1945 only involved French archaeologists. In 1945, when the Democratic Republic of Vietnam was founded, archaeological research became a focus of attention. But the war of resistance against French colonialism completely disrupted these efforts. Vietnamese archaeology, in fact, has only existed since 1954, when peace was restored in North Vietnam. From 1975, archaeological activity began to be conducted systematically on a nation-wide scale.

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