Vietnam enlists Australians to help dig up the past

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A team of Australian Archaeologists are helping locals in Vietnam discover more about their ancient past. The dig is part of a project shedding new light on infant burial practices more than three thousand years ago and has uncovered the oldest clear evidence of rice agriculture in the region. Dr. Mark Oxenham from the Australian National University Archaeology School explains how the doors are finally opening in Vietnam for archaeologists from around the world.

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