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The largest group of terracotta Mausoleum—the First Qin Emperor Terracotta Army
- Aug 24, 2018 -

The terra cotta warriors and horses in the Mausoleum of Qin Shihuang are the funerary objects of Qin Shihuang. Ancient people executed human martyrdom. Slaves were the appendages of the slave owners before they died. After the slave owners died, the slaves were buried as funeral objects for the slave owners. Terracotta Army is a form of sacrificial objects made of soldiers, chariots, horses and soldiers. The terra cotta warriors and horses have four pits. There are about 7,000 Samurai servants, 100 chariots and 100 horses. The tall terra cotta warriors are generally about 1.8 meters in height.

Most of these terra cotta warriors and horses are made by burning paper with clay molds to make the first tires, which are painted and processed with a layer of fine mud. The use of uniform control of fire, simple color, high hardness, each process, there are different division of labor, but also a set of strict working system.