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MAPPING MONSIEUR MOUHOT 3D2N PACKAGE

MAPPING MONSIEUR MOUHOT 3D2N PACKAGE

It is agreed that the sites are a burial ground, but the role of the jars themselves is uncertain. Archaeological evidence suggests that bodies were both inhumed in marked locations surrounding the jars and cremated inside the jars.  According to one local legend about the Plain of Jars, the jars were actually kegs for a wild party. It is said that ancient king Khun Cheung used them to brew huge amounts of rice wine to celebrate his greatest military victory.

It is agreed that the sites are a burial ground, but the role of the jars themselves is uncertain. Archaeological evidence suggests that bodies were both inhumed in marked locations surrounding the jars and cremated inside the jars. According to one local legend about the Plain of Jars, the jars were actually kegs for a wild party. It is said that ancient king Khun Cheung used them to brew huge amounts of rice wine to celebrate his greatest military victory.

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