Qin Shi Huangdi

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Qin Shi Huangdi

Qin Shi Huangdi was the very first emperor to rule all of China. The emperor’s original name was Ying Zheng. He was born on the 7th of February 259BC and died on September the 10th 210BC. Ying was the son of King Zhuangxiang and Lady Zhao; he also had a half brother called Chengjiao (Same father). The emperor’s house was the Qin dynasty. The man had four sons Ying Huhai (second emperor), Fusu, Gao and Jianglü. Even with four sons Qin Shi Huangdi remains the only emperor in the history of China not to have taken an empress, a wife.

The important man had a great impact on our world today. Without Qin Shi Huangdi we wouldn’t have the Great Wall of China, the stories of the terracotta warriors and China might still have several rulers.

Qin Shi Huangdi

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Qin Shi Huangdi was the King of Qin for around 30 years (7th of May 247 – 220BC). He ruled as the emperor of China from 220BC - September the 10th 210BC (10 years).

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The emperor was very important because he built the Great Wall of China and was the very first emperor to rule all of China.


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