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Shi Emperor order Xu Fudong to look for the fountain of youth. Xu asked for thousands of children and sailed eastward. Many believe that Xu landed in Japan and populated the island (219 B.C.). Zhang Liang (?-186 B.C.) ambused Shi Emperor at Bo Lang Sha (218 B.C.). Shi Emperor attacked the Huns (Hungarians) (215 B.C.) , conquered the south (214 B.C.), built the Great Wall. Prohibited the reading of books and
burnt books (as suggested by Li Si, 213 B.C.), and buried alive 460 scholars in
Xian Yang (212 B.C.). A Terra Cotta Army was built to guard the Emperor's Tomb (210 B.C.)
Qin Er Shi
(209 207 B.C.)
Zhao Gao, the prime minister plotted to take Er Shi's throne. Rise of Liu Bang and Xian Yu (209 B.C.). Chen Sheng and Wu Guang Xiang rebelled against Qin and were killed.
Qin San Shi
(207 206 B.C.)
Death of Zhao Gao (207 B.C.). Xian Yu defeated Qin. Qin Er Shi was killed and Zi Yin succeeded him (207 B.C.)
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