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Emperor Quin the first Emperor of China was only 13 when he became Emperor
Emperor Quin started the construction of the great wall of china it as to protect china from invadors and is wide enough for 3 horses to ride next to each other.
he had a tomb built for himself it was filled with treasures and when he died he was buried in a jade suit because jade was a stone of eternal life.
everyone who helped build the tomb was burred alive in it,
the terracotta army was built to protect the Emperor for evil spirits it was made up of at least 8,000 individual warriors all with different faces and all painted with bright colors.
Emperor quin had 400 scholars buried alive and he burnt all books so no one could read the books and question or compair him.
Emperor Quin died at the age of 49
during his time in power the first emperor made the Chinese coins all the same he built the great wall of china and an amazing army of clay.
Quin died for poisoning self with the potions he drank in search of eternal life.
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