Gate Discovered at Terracotta Army Tomb in China

Archaeologists have discovered a northern gate at the tomb of China’s first emperor, famous for his massive terracotta army. The gate, which is the fourth discovered, leads to the tomb’s outer city and confirms historical accounts that attest to the tomb possessing four gates.

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