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Terracotta warriors!

Jan 01, 2016

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Terracotta warriors!. by Jonah Lentz, George Mathison , Osman kolenovic , Nico scibelli. Pottery Men - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Pottery MenThe pottery men are clay men that guard the tomb of the emperor. The clay men were terracotta worriers. Every pottery man is different. Farmers found pottery men but didnt show the government. But for the well diggers (people who dig wells) found the pottery men and did tell the government.

  • WeaponsThe Jian was a weapon that was used for a long time. The Jian was also referred to as the Sovran of Blades. Also the Nu was a popular weapon. It was a semi-automatic weapon from 2,400 years ago. Ironsmiths of the Chinese civilization thought it was a masterpiece.

  • Top 10 Ancient Chinese WeaponsThe gong was the #1 best weapon according to a website called, The Top Ten Ancient Chinese Weapons. Number #2 was the Qiang. It was a spear was an important weapon to the ancient Chinese weapon. It was used for long ranged throwing.The Jian was #3.

  • Number #4 the Dun the Dun was a shield that was either made out of wood, medal, and leather. It is used for as a battle weapon. Number #5 the Yue is axe shape weapon that was used 3,000 years ago. It has a threatening, larger than necessary blade. Number#6 the Nu it is a semi auto weapon from 2,500 years ago. In the 4th century B.C they made the crossbow.

  • Number #7 was the Dao- a masterpiece. Number #8 the Gun was a simple staff. By the year of 500 AD the Chinese were inventing the first Gun ever. Number #9 was the Fu. It also was used for imperil forces and guards. Number #10 was the Ji. It was used as a military weapon. This weapon still is used in Chinese martial arts.

  • Qin Shi HuangQin Shi Huang tomb was constructed. When he died his tomb was not finished. Qin Shi s tomb was 3 football fields long. All the people in China know Qin Shis life style, Qin Shi dynasty, and Qin Shis power. Qin Shi was the emperor of China. The mausoleum of Qin Shi Hoang is the largest persevered one in China! The first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Hoang arranged for his burial place long before his accession to the seat of supreme power. After Qin Shi Huangs death, the principal craftsmen of the hypogeum were walled up on the orders second emperor as a prediction against their betraying their secrets.

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