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In 1974, 8,000 life-size images of Chinese warriors and horses were discovered in an underground mausoleum built in 221 BC for the first emperor of China, Ying Zheng. Now, the lifelike stone figures are touring the world. Cincinnati’s exhibit, from April 20 through August 12,  includes more than 40 figures that have never been on view before in the U.S.

 
 
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