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BBC: the tomb of Qin Shihuang of Terracotta Army may have been inspired by the ancient Greek original title: BBC said the tomb of Qin Shihuang of Terracotta Army may have been inspired by the ancient Greek map: the Terracotta Army. Xinhua News Agency reporter Feng’s photo British media said, China and the earliest European contact, has always been regarded as the thirteenth Century Italy · explorer Marco Polo, but the new line of Shaanxi; the Terracotta Army provides cable may put this ahead of time to third Century BC in ancient Greece than Marco Polo as early as 1500 began with Chinese contact and exchange. According to the Broadcasting British Corporation website reported on October 13th, the latest research shows that the archaeologists, the mausoleum in Terracotta Army may get inspiration from ancient Greece; the ancient Greeks may even as early as third Century BC in the state of Qin, training of local artisans. The Museum of Qin Shi Huang mausoleum archaeologist Li Xiuzhen said, "there is evidence that early in the Silk Road before the official opening, Chinese have close contact with the west." Reported that the Chinese Shaanxi farmers in Lintong in 1974 less than a mile east of Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor in the wells were found during the 8000 Terracotta Army, that is by far the China unearthed the earliest life size statue, far in technology and style as before only 20 cm high crude statue. Li Xiuzhen explains the gap with foreign influences. She said, "we believe that the discovery of Qin Terracotta Army, acrobatic pottery and bronze statue of the Qin Shihuang mausoleum inspired by ancient Greek sculpture and art." Professor Nicole of University of Vienna argues that new found in the tomb of a circus figurines can support the theory. He believes that the ancient Greek sculpture into Central Asia can be traced back to the time of emperor Alexander (died 323 BC) a century later, he even Greek sculptor in the Qin Shihuang period Chinese craftsmen Terracotta Army guide. In addition, the latest study found that the tomb is much larger than previously estimated, is 200 times the valley of the kings of egypt. The newly unearthed cultural relics include believed to belong to the eldest son of the skull, filled with a crossbow, said there is the remains of the concubines reduced to fragments. Source: Reference News Editor: Kang Yunkai相关的主题文章: