National Geographic Chinas Ghost Army: Is every warriors face different? How were 8,000 made in eleven years, when every one should have
taken a month? Why does every warrior have a name hidden on their body? Could they originally have
been brightly coloured? And how big must their firing kilns have been? There are still plenty of
unanswered questions about Shihuangdis Terracotta Army. Using face recognition technology,
painstaking archaeological research and interviews with craftsmen who build life-size replicas
today, experts unravel the mysteries of the two-metre tall, 300kg pottery figurines found 37 years
ago in the tomb of Chinas first Qin Dynasty ruler, revealing why they were one of the most
fascinating, and mysterious, finds of the last century.