Originally posted by Druscilla
reply to post by guohua
Thank you for the videos. I found the first one so fascinating with the 3D model depictions of the entire complex with its numerous excavation sites,
including very crisp renderings of what's been mapped underneath all that earth with ground penetrating radar, I searched out the entire full-length
video and watched it.
Wonderful documentary on the origins of China, even into why it's named Chin-a.
I found it all quite enlightening and all the information attached to the mausoleum complex utterly enthralling and spectacularly amazing.
It's quite astounding the sheer massiveness of it all.
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Thank You for your kind reply and I'm very Happy You Liked the videos and documentary.
Just ignore people like pantodragon, his post shows that he is not knowledgeable of the old world rulers or of the world they created for
The Aztec's, Inca's, Pharaohs of Egypt claimed to be Gods and the peoples of their kingdoms were not only worked to death building the great cities
but they also had ritual scarifies of selected humans or prisoners of war, is this not true, pantodragon?
So why would the First Emperor of China be any different?
If you actually study this mans history, you find out his own mother plotted to overthrow him at a young age, he did come from a Very Dysfunctional
If you truly would like to know more about China's first Emperor, watch the Chinese film 'Hero' , it is the closest film I've seen that even comes
close to presenting the Emperor's life story.
He was only 13 years old in 246BCE he was giving the throne of the kingdom of Qin.
If your interested here is a go site: www.sacu.org...
Here is an excellent video: www.history.com...
SLAYER69 and others that are interested, this site has some very good pictures of the soldiers and other objects.
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