Know who are Terracotta Warriors :
The Terracotta Warriors were made to guard the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first ruler of China. Archaeologists believe that 8,000 terracotta warriors were carved in three pits within a mile of Shi Huang’s tomb. So far 2000 terracotta warriors have been discovered who have weapons like arrows, bows, spears, swords. The most surprising thing is that the rank and appearance of all the soldiers look different. Government employees have made these idols from local materials. The terracotta army were made separately from head to toe and joined after firing.
It is said that when Qin Shi Huang became the ruler of China, he was only 12 years old. After becoming the ruler, to protect his empire, he created an army that could defeat any army. This army of Huang was named Terracotta army . It was Huang who built the Great Wall of China to protect his empire. Qin Shi Huang succeeded in unifying China by conquering it in 221 BCE and ruled China for thousands of years thereafter.
Archaeologists have discovered 20 new Terracotta Warriors :
Archaeologists have discovered 20 new Terracotta Warriors near the secret tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China. Shi Huang ruled China from 259 to 210 BCE. So far 8,000 terracotta army have been discovered around the tomb of the first emperor of China, of which 20 are brand new. The Terracotta Warrior was discovered on 29 March 1974. The terracotta army were found by farmers while digging a well. After getting information about this, the Chinese government got it excavated, then thousands of terracotta army were found.
The Terracotta army are said to have been built to guard the tomb of Shi Huang, the first ruler of China. The newly found terracotta warrior was buried in a pit. The official media of China has told that infantry and chariots have also been found in the pit. Some of these warriors have general rank. This is being said because the Taj has been decorated according to his position. Let us know who are these terracotta army .
Archaeologists have unearthed around 2000 such terracotta army . The sculptures of Terracotta army are still preserved. The tomb of the first ruler of China is about 2200 years old, which is under the 249 feet high pyramid. Thousands of terracotta army have been deployed to guard this tomb.