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Question 1: The drums were produced from about 600 BC or earlier until the third century AD, and are one of the culture's finest examples of ________.
MetalworkingBrake (sheet metal bending)Metalworking terminologyForging

Question 2: The Song Da drum is a notable specimen of the Dong Son culture of the ________ that existed in the Red River Delta in approximately the first five centuries BCE.
Ancient Near EastDeverel-Rimbury cultureBronze AgeBronze Age Britain

Question 3: The drum was accidentally discovered in 1893 in Ha Nam Province, southeast of ________, rather than during a planned expedition.
VietnamTokyoHanoiBeijing

Question 4: Dong Son drums were apparently both ________ and cult objects.
Byzantine lyraMusical instrumentClassical musicMusical notation

Question 5: The drums, cast in bronze using the ________ method, are up to a meter in height and weigh up to 100 kg.
EgyptCyprusLost-wax castingJewellery

Question 6: The Hoang Hoa drum is a notable specimen of the Dong Son culture of the ________ that existed in the Red River Delta in approximately the first five centuries BCE.
Ancient Near EastBronze Age BritainDeverel-Rimbury cultureBronze Age

Question 7: The Co Loa drum is a notable specimen of the Dong Son culture of the ________ that existed in the Red River Delta in approximately the first five centuries BCE.
Ancient Near EastBronze AgeBronze Age BritainDeverel-Rimbury culture

Question 8: More than 200 have been found, across an area from eastern ________ to Vietnam and parts of Southern China.
IndonesiaMalaysiaSingaporePhilippines

Question 9: Dong Son drums (also called Heger Type I drums) are bronze drums fabricated by the Dong Son culture, in the Red River Delta of northern ________.
VietnamEast TimorPapua New GuineaPhilippines
















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