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His reign provoked rebellions, and lasted 17 years or so; not a long time.
Jonathan Clements gives the dates as 221-202 BC, which sounds absurdly precise.
Some of the exhibits are copies; some are smaller, scaled-down, copies.
Much of the handbook's vocabulary is European: BC and AD, 'feudal system', aristocrats, Emperor, Duke, and so on.
His underground buildings (resembling Egyptian tombs) had elaborate arrangements for his afterlife, including horses and a bathroom.
Most of these sites are still unexcavated, in my view probably a good thing, since better techniques may arrive.
Communist Party dogma probably insists that the past was horrific; in this case they may have had a motive for promoting a short-lived so-called unification.
Incidentally, much of the source material is in the work of Sima Qian Shiji, Records of the Grand Historian.
I think—unless I'm misreading this—that the terracotta warriors were found smashed, when they were excavated; the reason appears to be that the bronze weapons were unearthed soon after burial, to help fight for (or against?
) the newish Emperor—it seems possible, at least to me, that there was a GULag flavour—large numbers of potential enemies forced into harmless tasks.