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New terracotta warriors unearthed in NW China

2012-06-10 02:43:32 GMT2012-06-10 10:43:32(Beijing Time)  China Daily

A terracotta warrior is unearthed in the excavation pit at the mausoleum of China’s First Qin Emperor on Saturday in Shaanxi province. Archaeologists said they found the warriors were once deliberately set afire in ancient times. (Xinhua Photo)

A terracotta warrior is unearthed in the excavation pit at the mausoleum of China’s First Qin Emperor on Saturday in Shaanxi province. Archaeologists said they found the warriors were once deliberately set afire in ancient times. (Xinhua Photo)

A terracotta warrior is unearthed in the excavation pit at the mausoleum of China’s First Qin Emperor on Saturday in Shaanxi province. Archaeologists said they found the warriors were once deliberately set afire in ancient times. (Xinhua Photo)

New terracotta warriors are unearthed in the excavation pit at the mausoleum of China’s First Qin Emperor on Saturday in Shaanxi province. Archaeologists said they found the warriors were once deliberately set afire in ancient times.

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