Terracotta army weapons analysed
Published on March 20th, 2014 | by Admin0
The pieces were mostly uniform, suggesting the interlocking trigger parts were made in the same or nearly-identical molds and produced in small batches. Each batch of the trigger pieces was likely then assembled in small cells, or workshops, perhaps headed by an overseer. That model contrasts with the “assembly line” hypothesis that some archaeologists thought might have been used.
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