Origin of terra cotta
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Origin of terra-cotta
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He went so far as to have rivers of mercury set up in his tomb, along with his famous thousand-soldier strong Terracotta Army.This Exhibit Could Kill You: The Museum of Natural History Takes on Poison|William O’Connor|January 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Daily Pic: China's terracotta army was built for fighting, not for looking at.
On one side of the fountain a semicircular bench of tuff and terracotta.Mogens and Other Stories|Jens Peter Jacobsen
He looked at the bow-windows, the cheap picturesque gables, the terracotta dragons clawing a dirty sky.The Longest Journey|E. M. Forster
The gargoyles also, which later were always of stone, were originally of terracotta.
The most remarkable feature of these oldest ruins is the superiority of the terracotta articles.A Manual of the Antiquity of Man|J. P. MacLean
At the bottom of the terrace there was a terracotta pool, where water flowers were drifting on their flat green pads.The 1926 Tatler|Various