Earlier this week, the Qin Shihuang Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum announced the uncovering of 110 new Terracotta Warriors, and the discovery of 11 more yet to be dug up.
These new finds add to an army of soldiers, war horses, and chariots that’s already 8,000 strong. A group of farmers digging for water discovered the army in 1974. Built in the 3rd century BC to protect Emperor Qin Shi Huang in the afterlife, each sculpture was constructed to be unique.
The latest discoveries are particularly special. The color pigment they were originally painted with is still visible and some unique details remain clear (according to the Guardian, soldiers have black and taupe eyeballs, and one even had eyelashes).