Terra Cotta Warriors

I got a chance to get a sneak peek of the Terra Cotta Warriors exhibit at HMNS last week, and it was awesome. I confess, I knew nothing about this beforehand; Tiffany, who has a vivid childhood memory of a National Geographic edition from around the time of their discovery, was much more familiar with them and was greatly excited about getting to see them. I came away very impressed, both with the exhibit itself, which was really well done, and with the idea of this imperial afterlife army, and the sheer amount of manpower it took to create. Amazing how much of what we can still experience from ancient history is a testament to ego and megalomania, isn’t it – pyramids, coliseums, etc – isn’t it? Anyway, if you’re like me and are wondering what the fuss is about, go here and get an idea, then buy some tickets and see for yourself. If you already know about them, well, just go buy the tickets. It’s totally worth it.

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One Response to Terra Cotta Warriors

  1. RBearSAT says:

    Thanks for the review Charles. I plan to see them on my annual MLB weekend to Houston in July. Glad to have review beforehand. BTW, I have to give a big shout out to the museums in Houston. Every time we make the trip either MFA or HMNS has something cool to see. Besides, it’s the only place I can ride the light rail to with a real destination other than Reliant Stadium. 🙂

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