City Yoga Lessons
Who was Associated with the Terracotta Warriors?
China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang declared to have a Clay Army built over his tomb to join him in the afterlife. He believed that the Clay Army would represent his ferocious army and his great accomplishments during his reign. Combat was his life hood and victory was his only aim, as him and his people reveled in ethics, arts, and necessities.
What are the Terracotta Warriors?
The Terracotta warriors were a representation of Qin Shi Huang's successful and ferocious army. The Clay Army consists of 8,000 statues arranged in battle formation. The army can be split up into three sections, or pits. (Accessory pits were built as well.) Each pit ranks a warrior by their ultimate power.