Chinese Archaeologists Uncover Hundreds of Terracotta Soldiers, Ancient Weapons in Emperor’s Tomb
Chinese archaeologists have announced the discovery of 200 more terracotta warriors and a large number of ancient weapons.
It’s the third excavation at the Mausoleum of Emperor Qinshihuang who lived from 259-210 B.C.
One of the most interesting finds is an ancient gold camel which is believed to be the earliest one of its type found in China.
The mausoleum measures 230 meters by 62 meters with a depth of five meters.
Archaeologists have estimated that there are more than 6,000 clay figures and horses still to be discovered.