The ancient ship Binh Chau 2 was discovered and excavated in the waters of Vung Tau in Chau Thuan Bien village in Quang Ngai Province's Binh Son District, the ship is located at a depth of 3.2m. More than 4,359 artifacts, most of which are ceramics and porcelain such as jars, plates, were produced from Longquan, Xuzhou, Guangdong, and Guangxi kilns (China). The ship is dated back to the Yuan Dynasty in the 13th-14th centuries.
By Nguyen Trang – Translated by Dan Thuy
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