Nine images showcasing the remarkable finds at Xian, in China, of the tomb of the First Emperor of China, Qin Shihuangdi, who conquered warring factions and created a unified country. The tomb was discovered by chance in 1974 and is one of the greatest archaeological finds of all time.
The underground burial complex he built for himself is over 22 square miles and was guarded by a terracotta army estimated to number more than 7,000 warriors. Includes a fully illustrated storycard describing each image.
Produced In collaboration with the British Museum & the Shaanxi Cultural Heritage Promotion Center in Xian, China. See more of our titles on Asian Art & Culture.