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The Terra Cotta Army is called Bing Ma Yong in Chinese, meaning "soldier and horse funerary statues", or the "Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses".
Vivid Details of the Terracotta figures
A Terra Cotta Entertainer
The digital model Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum that the Terracotta Army was meant to protect.
The following are the three pits that have been discovered, forming the Terracotta Army Museum:
Pit number 1: The front five corridors, covering an area of 2000 aquare meters. What's on display now includes 1087 terracotta figures, 8 battle chariots and 32 horses. It is estimated that as many as 6000 terracotta figures and more than 180 chariots horses can be found in this pit if it is completely excavated.
Pit Number 2
Pit Number 3: It is in the shape of a Chinese character covering an area of 520 square meters. Unearthed here is one battle chariot, one chariot horse and 68 warrior figures. The warriors in this pit were arranged face to face, suggesting that Pit number 3 is the headquarters of the Qin terrecotta army.
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