Terracotta Warriors Facts and Information
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Terracotta Warriors: Facts and Information

The Terracotta Warriors are life-like and life-sized clay soldiers-buried in battle formation near Xi’an, China-that serves as an after-life guardian for China’s fist Emperor, Qin Shi Huang. Part of the Emperor’s necropolis, the underground army consist of foot soldiers, archers and cavalry; figures of varying heights, ages, hairstyles and unique facial expressions, which represents the different ethnic groups in China. This beautiful graphic offers facts and detailed information about the fascinating army which is original in both concept and execution. See also the brief History of Samurai Warriors and the Spartans of Ancient Greece.

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  • DelicSuede

    Before the Terracotta warriors, when the emperor pass away, all his servants were killed to help the emperor in the afterlife. Building the clay army spared the lives of 8000 people.

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07/04/2017