Today we go to the terracotta warriors. The Terra Cotta Warriors is a collection of sculptures of men in Qin Shi Huang's (the first emperor of China) army. They are made from terracotta clay. That is why they are called The Terra Cotta Warriors. Archeologists estimate that there are about three pits and over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 non-chariot horses. The Terra Cotta Warriors were put in the pits in about 210 B.C to scare off enemies and to protect the emperor in the afterlife. Local farmers found the Terra Cotta Warriors in 1974. The local farmers were digging a well and hit something. They found a head of one of the Terra Cotta Warriors. They now work at the site. I loved the terracotta warriors. One of the reasons why I loved them was because they left some terracotta warriors how they found them and some were rebuilt.
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