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October 23 2005 at 06:20AM
By Karla Adam
“Beijing’s terracotta army appears to have been guarding more than just the body of China’s first emperor after a magnetic scan revealed what appeared to be buried treasure.
New images of the 2 000-year-old imperial resting place showed a bounty of coins scattered about in the sealed-off tomb. There is a ‘remarkable number of coins’, officials said.”