Researchers solve doubts 'How สล็อตxo was the Qin Shi Cemetery' built? Researchers have long solved a long-standing mystery about the production patterns of the world's futuristic cultural assets. The latest research has found that the Terracotta Army or the famous Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum Which is located in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, northwest China. It tends to be built piece by piece by artists. Rather than a large form of composite construction.

The research is published through the journal Achiol Metry. (Archaeometry) Co-authored by a panel of experts from the Museum of the Emperor Qin Zihuang (Qin Shi Huang) and University College London Shed light on long-standing doubts about the form of production of this precious cultural asset.

Previous studies have suggested that a modular production system was used to create Terracotta Army cemeteries. It is made up of prefabricated components that are expected to be made in many factories with various types of raw materials. And may use clay preparation techniques But the findings of the new research are consistent with the idea that each clay soldier statue was made by a production house or a group of artists.

Scientists use X-ray analysis method. X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy), a technology that does not damage antiques. To measure the geochemical composition of the clay of the 28 repaired statues and analyze the individual components of the sculpture. Including the arms and covers Horse head and leg

Scientists have discovered the markings on the 18 statues, with the two most common being "Gong" indicating an ancient emperor or immortal residence, and "Xianyang" meaning. To the capital of the Qin Dynasty

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Scientists also found differences in the composition of the statues marked Kong and Xianyang. It is thought to represent a product made at two factories involved in supplying ceramic objects for large-scale construction projects during the Qin Dynasty (221-207 BC).

More than 8,000 human and horse statues are currently unearthed in the museum. Hundreds of statues marked with Kong and dozens of statues with the Xianyang mark. It has been cleaned and restored.

Li Xiu Zhen, researcher of the museum It said that the statue marked with the Kong looks more grand and is more finely made. And the fact that each statue contains a wealth of information on technology, art and social organization dating back more than 2,000 years ago makes this terracotta army fascinating and intriguing.

Li added that researchers found that the Qin dynasty built this huge terracotta army based on its management style and manufacturing processes.