Thursday, September 1, 2011

Asian Civilisations Museum - Terracotta Warriors Exhibitions

There are more than 100 artefacts and ancient pots and jades but I did not take photos of them all cause I wanted to enjoy the exhibition and too tired from all the photo

Comb in the shape of owl.

Ancient pots discovered from the burial site.

Weapons used during the ancient times discovered being buried together with the Emperor in the burial site. Till now they are still finding the exact burial spot of the Emperor Shi Huang Di.

These are nothing compared to the real burial site in Xian, China. I will visit Xian when time permits but not now.


Alexander said...

Very interesting pots. I like some of them :P hehehe...

Have a wonderful weekend.

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