8 photos from a massive Terracotta Warriors exhibit
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The exhibit, "Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor," is on display at the Franklin Institute from Sept. 30, 2017 until March 4, 2018. Warrior statues depicting various states of decay were placed in a scene resembling the site where they were found, allowing visitors to imagine the warriors in an archeological site.
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One section of the exhibit shows how the warriors would have looked with fresh paint before the they were placed in the ground.
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Pottery figures of infantrymen from the Han Dynasty are on display, along with hundreds of artifacts, in the "Terracotta Warrior's of the First Emperor" exhibit at the Franklin Institute.
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An armoured chairoteer warrior on display at Franklin Institute's "Terracotta Warrior's of the First Emperor" exhibit.
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Two timelines on display in the"Terracotta Warrior's of the First Emperor" exhibit show the laborious process of creating both warriors and horses.
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The exhibit, "Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor," is on display at the Franklin Institute from Sept. 30, 2017 until March 4, 2018. This display features a replica of the bronze "Chariot No. 1."
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Guests attending the press event, Thurs., Sept. 28, 2017, at the Franklin Institute, used an "Augmented Reality" app. available on their cell phones to interact with the exhibit.
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At this point in the excavation, 116 cavalrymen and saddled horses have been uncovered. One of each is prominently on display at Franklin Institute's new exhibit.