2,500-Year-Old Chinese Warriors Found

Two 2,500-year-old terra cotta warriors have been discovered, and archaeologists believe they may be predecessors of the army buried with China’s first emperor. “The four-inch-tall figurines were made in Qin, China’s most powerful state, before its ruler unified China in 221 BC, state media reported. They were found in the north-western province of Shaanxi in the ruins of a workshop.”