SEAA Society for East Asian Archaeology




posted July 25, 2018
Subm. by Richelle Louisa


Raffle Invitation for students

Beta Analytic's first ever Carbon-14 date raffle open to undergrads and postgrads

Need a Date? Join Beta Analytic’s Raffle


We are inviting all undergrad and postgrad students who need radiocarbon dating to join our raffle. We are giving away five (5) AMS dates worth US$595 each. The raffle is open to all students in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America. We will select one winner per region.

To join the raffle, please fill out the form found in our raffle page which requires a description of your research that needs AMS dating. Winners are required to show proof of enrollment for any semester in 2018.

For details, please visit






posted Oct 16, 2016


Schätze der Archäologie Vietnams (Treasures of Vietnamese Archaeology)

LWL-Museum of Archaeology, Herne, Oct 07, 2016  - Feb 26, 2017

smac Staatliches Museum für Archäologie Chemnitz, Mar 31 - Aug 21.2017

Magnificent jade sceptres, precious terracotta mythical creatures, gigantic bronze drums. The special exhibition “Treasures of Vietnamese Archaeology” shows these and other spectacular finds in Europa for the very first time. They come from historically significant sites, such as the temple city of My Son in the central Vietnamese jungle and the imperial palace of Thang Long in the capital, Hanoi, both of them UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites. The exhibition attempts for the first time in Germany to provide an overall picture of the historical and cultural riches of this country, this Far Eastern world and its life between the delta of the Red River in the north and the Mekong in the south.

This exhibition project marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Germany and Vietnam. The German Foreign Minister, Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and the Vietnamese Minister of Culture, Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Thien, have assumed the patronage of the exhibition. This unique exhibition will be shown from 2016 to 2018 at three German museums, first of all at the LWL-Museum of Archaeology in Herne, then at the State Museum of Archaeology Chemnitz and the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museums in Mannheim. english




















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