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The New York Times | Arming China's Terracotta Warriors - With Your Phone
Ms. Poulton said the adoption of technology recognizes that many museumgoers, especially millennials and their children, want to be able to use their phones to enhance the...
The New York Times | Arming China’s Terracotta Warriors — With Your Phone
La Repubblica | Gli antichi guerrieri di terracotta cinesi armati dallo smartphone
DIECI guerrieri dell'Esercito di Terracotta cinese hanno ritrovato le loro antiche armi grazie alla realtà aumentata: succede al Franklin Institute di Filadelfia, dove da sabato...
China Global Television Network | China's Terracotta Warriors get armed with AR
Visitors of The Franklin Institute can now "arm" some 2,000-year-old Chinese Terracotta Warriors by simply pointing their smartphones at the statues.
Philly.com | Why the Terracotta Warriors are so special, and how to see them in Philly
The Franklin Institute on Saturday unveils Terracotta Warriors of The First Emperor, an ambitious, tremendously inventive exhibit about one of China's richest archaeological...
The Philadelphia Inquirer | WEEKEND Cover: Feat of Clay from Ancient China
The Franklin Institute on Saturday will unveil Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor, an ambitious, tremendously inventive exhibit about one of China's richest archaeological...
Courier Post | Chinese Terracotta Warriors invade Franklin Institute
Delewareonlin.com | Marching into Philly: Ancient terracotta army warriors
CLOSE China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, believed he was immortal and would rule forever. So it was only fitting that in the afterlife he had a mausoleum the size of...
DE News Journal | Ancient Chinese terracotta warriors march into Philly’s Franklin Institute
China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, believed he was immortal and would rule forever. So it was only fitting that in the afterlife he had a mausoleum the size of Manhattan...
Where Traveler | The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia Gave Terracotta Warriors a Tech Upgrade
The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia is using what is old and fashioning it into the new cool way for exhibition viewing. There are no goofy looking glasses to wear or clunky...
CBS3 | 6AM Live Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
KYW NewsRadio | Rotation | Dubinski on Franklin Institute Opening Terracotta Warrior Exhibit
FOX29 Good Day | 9AM Live Terracotta Warrior Preview | September 29
WHYY The Pulse | Maiken Scott Previews Terracotta Warriors
6ABC 5pm News | Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
FOX29 5pm News | Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
CBS3 | 6PM News | Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
KYW NewsRadio | Franklin Institute Opening Terracotta Warrior Exhibit
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A local museum gets a new exhibition that's more than two millennia in the making. For the first time in 34 years, the Terracotta Warrior clay statues from...
CW Philly 10pm News | Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
CBS3 | 12pm News | Terracotta Warriors Preview | September 28
Uwishunu | The Franklin Institute Debuts Major Terracotta Warriors Exhibition
More than 2,000 years ago, a massive 38-square-mile burial site for the First Qin Emperor of China was constructed by 700,000 workers over the course of around 30 years....
PennLive | Sneak peek of the Terracotta Warriors exhibit at the Franklin Institute
Farmers in China had no idea what they discovered when they found fragments of terracotta while digging for a well in 1974. They had stumbled upon one of the architectural finds...
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Penn Live Terracotta Warriors Video
PhillyVoice | Get face-to-face with life-size clay warriors from more than 2,000 years ago
The Franklin Institute will debut the new exhibition "Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor" on Saturday, Sept. 30. On display through early March, will be 10 life-size clay...
Technical.ly Philly | At the Franklin Institute, ancient relics meet augmented reality -...
Just in case you haven't, here's the tl;dr: Some farmers in China were digging a well back in the 1970s when they came upon some shards of terracotta, leading to the discovery...
CBS3 PHOTOS: Terracotta Warriors Opening Gala At The Franklin Institute
The exhibit runs September 30, 2017 through March 4, 2018.
Philadelphia Style Magazine | Premiere of the Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor
On September 28, 2017, The Franklin Institute celebrated the opening of the east coast premiere of the Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor exhibit with a gala at the...
Daily Local Times | Ancient China's 'Terracotta Warriors' invade the Franklin Institute
When: Now through March 4 PHILADELPHIA >> On a normal day in late March, 1974, some farmers in the Xi'an province of China needed a new source for water after their well ran...
Times Herald | Ancient China's 'Terracotta Warriors' invade the Franklin Institute
When: Now through March 4 PHILADELPHIA >> On a normal day in late March, 1974, some farmers in the Xi'an province of China needed a new source for water after their well ran...

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