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The Terracotta Warriors
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Education   |   September 2013
The Terracotta Warriors
Anesthesiology 09 2013, Vol.119, 721-723. doi:10.1097/ALN.0b013e318296b21f
Anesthesiology 09 2013, Vol.119, 721-723. doi:10.1097/ALN.0b013e318296b21f
Fig. 1.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
Fig. 1.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
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Fig. 1.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
Fig. 1.
Rows of terracotta warriors in Pit 1 at Qin Shi Huang’s tomb complex. The warriors are life sized and each one is unique. A messenger on horseback would carry out communications with the Emperor (see lower left). This Pit contains 50 chariots and 88 horses. Photograph by the author.
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