In Chinese traditional society, people believe hair is part of the body and is bestowed from their parents. To show the reverence and gratitude of the birth given by whom, ancient Chinese normally keep their body from unnecessary harm and don't cut hair. So even men have long hair in the past, it's the fashion of Qin Dynasty to twist hair at back of head, then cover and fasten it by using headpiece such as a bandanna. That's the reason why the warriors seem to have knots in their hair.
The terracotta warriors are in Xi'an.
A cultural relic in Xi'an, China
where did the terracotta warriors come from? i think chinatown :-)
The Terracotta Army warriors were originally underground.
The terracotta warriors are made of clay. They never had a life, let alone a lifestyle.
The emperor who wanted the Terracotta Warriors was Qin Emperor Shi Huangdi.
the colour of the terracotta worries is YELLOW
what is the terracotta warriors possible
There are 7,500 terra cotta warriors, but only 2,00 have been unearthed.
the Terracotta warriors were built in 2000
The terracotta warriors are found in Xi'an, China
The museum of Terracotta Warriors was first opened to the public in October 1, 1979.
The Terracota Warriors are life size
To be found
in the tomb
the terracotta wrriors are mportant to the people of Xian,china
They were made using terracotta, isn't it kind of obvious?
The Terracotta Warriors were funeral figures of the Qin Shihuang. They as guards of the mausoleum "fought" for the peace and honor of the emperor.
The full name of those statues is Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang, Terracotta Army or Terracotta Warriors for short. In Chinese, they are called Bing Ma Yong (兵马俑).
Because they are warrior-like statues made of terracotta (a kind of clay). Actually, they were modelled after the best soldiers of Qin Shihuang. However, 'terracotta warriors', 'terracotta soldiers' or 'terracotta army' are all general terms, their full name is 'Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang' since they are called '秦始皇兵马俑' in Chinese.
The Terracotta Warriors Site was built by Ancient Chinese slaves and also by the King's workers ordered by him and chosen by him.