Wed 6 May 2015, MailOnline

China's terracotta army has new recruits: 1,400 more clay warriors, horses and chariots found buried near emperor's tomb

By Richard Gray
Archaeologists are beginning a new excavation to look for clay warriors in pit number two close to the tomb of China's first emperor Qin Shihaung They believe there could be 1,400 statues and 89 war chariots buried there They are using digital scanning techniques to aid the painstaking work
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