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December 2 2012
Archeologists have excavated the ruins of an ancient palace in China near the mausoleum of the country's first emperor dating back over two millennia.
The tomb, which is related to the emperor renowned for its terracotta soldiers, became one of the greatest modern archaeological finds in 1974 when a peasant during digging a well hit the life-size warriors at the spot, China's state-run news agency Xinhua has reported.
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