China’s Mighty Terracotta Army

China’s mighty terracotta army gains 100 soldiers
New terracotta troops unearthed, bringing total number of clay warriors found at Xi’an mausoleum to more than 8,000.
2,500-year-old figures may be terracotta army models
Terracotta warriors unveiled in China – video
 

 
 
The Terracotta Army 01 – The Mighty Imperial Army 1/2
 

 
The Terracotta Army 01 – The Mighty Imperial Army 2/2
 

 
‘Foreigner’ helped build Terracotta Army
Chinese archaeologists have unearthed evidence that a foreign worker helped build the Terracotta Army mausoleum, the resting place of the country’s first emperor, who died more than 2,200 years ago.

The remains of the worker, described as a European man in his 20s, were among 121 shattered skeletons in a labourers’ tomb 500 metres from the mausoleum in the north-western city of Xian, the state-run Xinhua news agency said.
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[The Terracotta Army HQ] 02 – The Colour of Bronze – 1/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 02 – The Colour of Bronze – 2/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 03 – The Battlefields of Life and Death – 1/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 03 – The Battlefields of Life and Death – 2/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 04 – The Grand Master Builders – 1/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 04 – The Grand Master Builders – 2/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 05 – The All out War – 1/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 05 – The All out War – 2/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 06 – The Brothers in Arms – 1/2
 

 
[The Terracotta Army HQ] 06 – The Brothers in Arms – 2/2
 

 

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