The Terracotta Army is a set of constructed men used to guard a tomb and help the emperor in the afterlife. The Army has more than 8,000 warriors, 130 chariots, involving 520 horses and finally 150 cavalry horses.
The Terracotta Army was constructed around 210 BCE. It was then lost until it's rediscovery in 1974 by Chinese farmers. They are believed to have been constructed in 3 large pits.
- Each one of the soldier's have unique faces
- Each soldier is around 5' in height
- They were all arranged by rank
- There are musicians, dancers and acrobats
- Archaeologists believe the tomb was never completed