The new ancient army: Terracotta soldiers unearthed in China
Chinese archaeologists have unearthed more than 110 terracotta soldiers unseen for centuries. The soldiers, excavated near the Emperor Qin's mausoleum in the northern city of Xi'an, are part of an army built to 'guard' the resting place of the first Chinese emperor.
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