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Qin Shihuangdi (First Emperor of Qin) died 210 BCE Tumulus Burial Mound
fengshui = geomancy
Excavation of Pit #1
Tomb of First Emperor of Qin (died 210 BCE), plan of Pit #1 dimensions 210 x 65 yards Elevation 14 7 deep
h. 6 3Charioteer, h. 6 2Infantryman, h. 6 Standing Bowman, h. 5 10
h. 6 3
Charioteer, h. 6 2 White jade carving Late Shang (Anyang phase) ca. 1200 BCE h. 5
Tomb of First Emperor of Qin Plan of Pit #2
Archers from Pit #2 h. ca. 3 11
Cavalryman and Horse, from Pit #2 h. of cavalryman 5 10 ½
Tomb of the First Emperor of Qin (died 210 BCE), chariot horse from Pit #2. Terra cotta, h. 5 7
Bronze chariot and horses, found near Qin Shihuangdis tumulus
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Bronze wine jar with gold and silver inlay in bird script Tomb of Liu Sheng h. 17 3/8
Incense burner in shape of Islands of the Immortals, from tomb of Liu Sheng Bronze inlaid with gold, h. 10 ¼
Jade disc from tomb of Liu Sheng
Gilt bronze lamp from tomb of Dou Wan, late 2 nd century BCE H. 19, weight 34 lb 14 oz
Pair of leopards, from tomb of Dou Wan Gilt bronze inlaid with silver and garnets h. 1 1/3
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