China has unearthed the ruins of an ancient palace near the tomb of the country's first emperor that was already famed for its terracotta soldiers, state media said on Saturday.
A bronze charriot with four bronze horses unearthed together with China's army of terracotta soldiers is displayed in a museum near ancient capital of Xian in 2000. China has unearthed the ruins of an ancient palace near the tomb where the soldiers were found, state media said on Saturday.
The discovery is the latest at the mausoleum, which dates back more than two millennia and became one of the greatest modern archaeological finds after a peasant digging a well stumbled upon the life-size warriors in 1974.
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