3/12/08 - MMW 2 - Camberlain - Notes � Professor Chamberlain

3/12/08 - MMW 2 - Camberlain - Notes � Professor Chamberlain

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14. 03.08 SLIDES: China: A hill in China that looks naturally formed was dug into and turned out to be Frst Emperor’s tomb. What they found in the tomb (by digging with little forks brushes and spades, digging carefully, because the way things are found in site could be significant, specifically how deep something is relative to something else). The entourage that First Emperor had buried with him in his Tomb 5 or 6 thousand terra cotta soldiers with weapons, also a chariot with horses Now it’s a huge display, the soldiers are in ranks with rows No two faces of the terracotta soldiers are alike, and they appear to be from different parts of China, a heterogeneous army. Also apparently all of their clothing and uniforms are exact duplicates of what was worn in 211 BC There is also an old martial arts position You can tell the rank by the hat and the armor They were also painted, we can tell this because there are little bits of paint left Also a number of them are down on one knee, originally had a bow and arrow --- India: Indus River valley Found cities, carefully planed, north south axis Mud bricks still in place Who were these people and where did they come from? Lingums
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3/12/08 - MMW 2 - Camberlain - Notes � Professor Chamberlain

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