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Some of China's terra cotta warriors heading to Minneapolis

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts will host an exhibit of works from the tomb of China's first emperor. The artifacts will include ten "ghost warriors." The sculptures were meant to protect the emperor in the afterlife. The exhibit will be in Minneapolis from late October through mid-January.
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The Minneapolis Institute of Arts will host an exhibit of works from the tomb of China's first emperor. The artifacts will include ten "ghost warriors." The sculptures were meant to protect the emperor in the afterlife. The exhibit will be in Minneapolis from late October through mid-January.

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