Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor Exhibit

In March 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against The Franklin Institute for allegedly misleadingly marketing the Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor Exhibit – a collection of life-sized sculptures created around 210 BCE to guard the tomb of an emperor of China – as containing authentic terracotta warriors when, according to the plaintiffs, more than half of the statues are replicas instead of authentic historical artifacts. (Lee et al v. The Franklin Institute, Case No. 18-cv-1266, E. D. PA.)

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