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Terracotta warriors are the burial objects of the mausoleum, with a huge number. When the terra cotta warriors were discovered, tens of thousands of Tao Yong shocked the world. The production of these Terra Cotta Warriors is very delicate, and the expression of each terra cotta warrior is lifelike. If you can see the terracotta warriors at a close distance, you can see that, in fact, the expression of each terracotta is different. What a great design ability it takes to design it!
First of all, it's true that the terracotta warriors asked the first emperor's army to bury them. Since they were burial objects, and they were still in the Qin Dynasty, it's not uncommon to bury them with living bodies. Many of the terra cotta warriors and horses, as the objects of martyrdom, are buried alive. The terra cotta warriors and horses that flow out from the stream are also made of real people. As we all know, the most peculiar thing is that so many Terra Cotta Warriors don't grow the same. It is inevitable that there will be a trace of mystery around them.
After the terracotta warriors were dug out, experts did a "CT" scan for the terracotta warriors. They found that the inside of the terracotta warriors was actually hollow, not made of real people pasted with mud, as it is said in the Internet. In addition, some of them were artificially damaged at the end of Qin Dynasty. In fact, many of the terracotta warriors were broken. From the broken place, we can see the inside of the terracotta warriors It's actually hollow.
We all know that Qin's law is strict. The names of craftsmen should be engraved on the wall tiles of the city, not to mention the funerary objects of the first emperor of Qin! Therefore, it is inferred that the number of craftsmen in the whole country who can produce fine products is limited, just like the lion on the Lugou bridge. It is also speculated that when the terra cotta warriors were burned, they were all made according to the portraits of the most powerful soldiers in the Qin Dynasty. If it is true, it is not surprising that there are thousands of people in the terra cotta warriors.
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