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  • The Đông Sơn archaeological site locates on the banks of the Mã River. It was the first vestige of the Đông Sơn Culture to be discovered and studied in 1924. Until now, many archaeological excavations that were carried out have provided valuable scientific information about this site. These archaeological documents reveal the continuity of cultural development during the first millennium BC through the first century AD.

  • This Hàm Rồng victory recognized an enormous contribution of women, which highlighted the heroic tradition of Thanh Hóa women in particular and of Vietnamese women in general

  • The quantity as well as types of burial goods in Đông Sơn burials show their owners’ role and position in the society.

  • Dog, one of the wild animals, was early domesticated by humans. With their intelligent and loyal instinct, dogs have always been valued and become the human’s friend.

  • Confering Diplomas could appear in fifteenth century, Le dynasty, confirmed by King’s seal, bearing state’s confirmation and showing court power to villages. Together with the other historical records, such as : royal proclamations, royal decrees, inscriptions, family annals…confering diploma is considered as one type of legal offical documents of feudal states.

  • “Van Co Cuong Thuong” (eternalness constant obligations of morality) hengfei in “Hoa Thuong Hoi Quan” (Chinese traders club-house) (now, Thanh Hoa Publishing House, No 248, Tran Phu street, Ba Dinh district, Thanh Hoa city) is one of the biggest and the most intact hengfei being kept in the Thanh Hoa museum.

  • Thanh Hoa museum is keeping and promoting the value of Meo pagoda’s bell, Le dynasty. This bronze bell is originally from Meo pagoda (so called Chu pagoda), Chieng Ban village, Quang Hien commune, Lang Chanh district, Thanh Hoa province. Meo pagoda has real name as “Dinh Mieu Tu”

  • Dong Khoi site locates in Dong Cuong commune, Thanh Hoa city. This is a stone tools-making workshop, dated Early Bronze Age. It was discovered in 1960s, twentieth century. To now, it has been surveyed three times (1960, 1975, 1976) and excavated two times.

  • Bảng Môn Temple (Bảng Môn Đình) located in the center of Hoằng Lộc Commune, Hoằng Hóa District, Thanh Hóa Province, which is 6km from the Thanh Hóa City to the northeast.

  • The Thanh Area is not only the land of Đông Anh folk songs, Vietnamese classical drama (tuồng), or traditional operetta (chèo) but also the cradle of the famous Mã River chanty that is famous all over the country.

  • The Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu or Văn Thánh) in Thanh Hóa situates at the bottom of Cánh Tiên Mountain (Quyết Thắng Mountain) in the area of Đông Sơn Village, Hàm Rồng Ward, Thanh Hóa City. This is a temple of literature at the prefectural level, which was built by the Nguyễn Dynasty for the purpose of giving prominence to Confucianism.

  • In 2001, running the project “Collecting, conserving, correcting and editing the form and content of the exhibition in Thanh Hoa museum, 2010-2020 phase”, the museum did collect a lot of unique, valuable and rare artifacts, adding up to the exhibition and store, with different materials and types, such as, bronze drums, basket-shaped bronze containers, production tools, stone ornaments… This paper is about the big peach-shaped ink stone being kept in stone sub-store.

  • Mrs. Hà Thị Nú is a Thái person in Chiềng Kẽm, Yên Khương Commune, Lang Chánh District, Thanh Hóa Province. During the resistance war against French colonialism, she joined the local guerilla militia. At that time, she enthusiastically did production while some people were cheated and thus followed banditry in the Việt Nam-Laos border.

  • Bronze jars are a type of artifacts that was discovered with a quite large amount. They are quite typical objects of Đông Sơn Culture. As containers, they were used in burial rituals of people of Đông Sơn Culture.

  • Quảng Xương bronze drum was bought by a French customs bureaucrat named Pajot in Quảng Xương, Thanh Hóa in 1934. It is now stored at the Vietnam National History Museum. The drum is classified as type Heger I, group A, category A5, which is the type of valuable drum made quite early.

  • The discovery of pottery is a great creation of mankind. In Đông Sơn Culture, the development of bronze casting technique reached its peak and people started to practise the technique of forging iron. In this period, pottery products, which were made in various shapes with different styles, showed the successive progress of pottery drawn from previous times.

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