An excavation at an archaeological zone has allowed to progress in the northern of Phu Tho province, said the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
The work will start between June 20 and August 20. A total excavation area is about 50 square metre at Phung Nguyen Village, Kinh Ke Commune, Lam Thao District, Phu Tho Province.
The site was first-time discovered in 1959 with the remains of the prehistoric ancient Vietnamese such as Vietnamese habitat sites, burial sites, working tools and jewelries.
Phung Nguyen culture represents a very early culture playing an important role to the formation of ethnic and national development in Vietnam.
Ruins of the Phung Nguyen Culture have also been found in other northern areas named Bac Ninh, Ninh Binh, Ha Noi, Hai Phong and Hong (Red) River delta.
An excavation adventure is designed to promote the looking for the values of Dong Son Culture and of long-term and relic development history.