reply to post by SLAYER69
As far as I know, yes, that's a real image, and on top of that, it's only the 2000 figures that have been excavated since the initial excavation
efforts got underway in 1974.
Supposedly there's 6000 more still to be excavated as part of the greater mausoleum complex where the evolution of archaeological excavation
techniques over time is now allowing the figures to be revealed in full color as they were once originally painted.
Additionally, as mentioned previously, there's also that sealed tomb that's suppose to to have palace replicas, rivers of mercury, ceilings inlaid
with pearls to depict the stars in the heavens, terracotta concubines, tools, weapons, utensils, and essentially a whole buried city to serve the dead
Emperor including lots of treasure in the afterlife, outdoing the Egyptians by several orders of many magnitudes.
Go to the coordinates in the previous post, and look at the ground level photo that pops up. Imagine that entire hill, trees and all simply being a
lid on a box.