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Did the Greeks Help Sculpt China's Terra Cotta Warriors?, The Newest Dwarf Planet, Civil War-Era Cannonballs Unearthed by Hurricane Matthew and More

Did the Greeks Help Sculpt China's Terra Cotta Warriors?, The Newest Dwarf Planet, Civil War-Era Cannonballs Unearthed by Hurricane Matthew and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    OCTOBER 2016

Did the Greeks Help Sculpt China's Terra Cotta Warriors?

New analysis and DNA evidence suggests the 8,000 life-sized figures in emperor Qin Shi Huang's necropolis owe their inspiration to the Greeks

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