The Terracotta Army
Qin's terracotta army consists of life-size figures of warriors, depicted in battle dress according to rank a unit, and numerous figures of horses and chariots, and this is only part of what is believed to be his grand tomb. The terracota army lies a mile east of Qin's main tomb, which is said to contain spectacular objects. To date only trial digs of the main tomb site have been completed and they have yet to find the main entrance to the tomb.Emperor ordered the construction of his tomb when he was only 13 years old, an order that involved hundreds of thousands of workers, thirty-six years to complete. It is also believed that Qin-Shih-Huang-Di ordered that the tomb workers and supervisors involved in its design to be buried alive to protect its secrets.