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Medieval Chinese soldier

Medieval Chinese soldier

The equipment of ancient Chinese soldiers was rudimentary.

History

Keywords

Chinese soldier, Great Wall of China, Middle Ages, fighter, soldier, armed, weapon, Chinese, history

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Questions

  • Against which peoples´ attacks did the Great Wall provide protection?
  • Along which river were irrigation systems established in China?
  • Along which river were irrigation systems established in China?
  • What was China named after?
  • What was the purpose of the Terracotta Army?
  • How long is the Great Wall of China?
  • Which of these is not a Chinese invention?
  • Which of these is not a Chinese invention?
  • Against incursions from which direction did the Great Wall provide protection?
  • How did guards communicate with each other on the Great Wall?
  • Approximately how many soldiers did the Terracotta Army consist of?
  • Is it true that crossbows were first used in the Chinese army?
  • Is it true that the Great Wall was China´s single means of defence?
  • How tall are the Terracotta Army´s soldiers?
  • Whose soldiers were the members of the Terracotta Army?
  • What is the biggest danger threatening the Terracotta Army today?
  • Is it true that the Terracotta Army consists only of the soldiers´ sculptures?
  • What is the most special thing about the Terracotta Army?
  • What is the total length of the\nGreat Wall?
  • When was the Great Wall of China built?
  • Which of these is true regarding the structure of the Great Wall?
  • Which of these is true regarding the structure of the Great Wall?
  • Which of these is NOT true with regard to the Great Wall?
  • Which of the following constructions is associated with the adjective ˝Grand˝?
  • What was stored in the bastions of the Great Wall?
  • What is the average distance between the bastions and the watchtowers?

Scenes

Chinese soldier

Attack

Fighting equipment

  • spear (mao)
  • shield (tun)
  • armour (chia)
  • sword (chien)

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