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Considered as one of China’s greatest treasures, the terracotta warriors would not have been discovered if not for two farmers who found terracotta pottery in a site outside Xi’an.
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The Lei Family was credited with several of the well-known buildings in the Forbidden City.
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Archaeologists have reason to believe that the tomb owner is in fact Liu He, grandson of Emperor Wu.
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The artifacts are believed to have been stolen from tombs in Dabuzishan, Lixian County, Gansu Province.
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The Terracotta Warriors (also known as the Terracotta Army or Terracotta Soldiers) of Emperor Qin Shi Huang found in Shaanxi Province in central China is a known UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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