Chinese Mysterious Terracotta Warriors
Posted by Vito Johansson on August 24, 2015
The Terracotta warriors’ museum is China's largest ancient military museum. In 1961, the state council of the People's Republic of China will be emperor Qinshihuang as the national cultural relic protection unit. For the first emperor Qinshihuang cemetery thorough archeological investigation begins. In 1962, the archeologists were plotted cemetery, the first piece of plane layout diagram, via detecting, cemetery ranges 56.25 square kilometers, which is equivalent to nearly 78 palace, cause the archaeology sensation. In 1987, the emperor Qinshihuang and Terra Cotta Warriors pit "by UNESCO world heritage list approved listed in the", and is known as "eighth wonder of the world" make the whole world, make amazing all Chinese proud!
The Terracotta warriors pit is located in east of Xi’an have 6 km west south, west village. Porcelain from Qinshihuang DiLing 1225 meters is one of the largest group cemeteries PeiZangKeng, pit which buried vast warriors in group is the epitome of the Qin dynasty powerful army. 1974 west village. Porcelain farmers were found during drilling shock and the Terracotta warriors. It is made up of three different sizes of the pit composition, respectively Numbers for 1 pit, no.2 pit, and no.3 pit. Three total areas of nearly 20,000 square meters, the pit with reality, and the true horses were similar in size of TaoMa hooped head-dress, about 8,000 pieces, practical weapon tens of thousands.
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