Were China's terra-cotta soldiers actually Greek?

When the first terra-cotta soldiers were discovered by local farmers in 1974, no one knew the vast extent of the ancient tomb that would unfold during years of investigation. The tomb complex, now believed to be more than 38 square miles in size, is now a World Heritage site and a popular tourism attraction. Now a new and controversial theory links the site to the ancient Greeks.


Discoveries May Rewrite History of China's Terra-Cotta Warriors

By A.R. Williams

National Geographic Magazine

October 12, 2016

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