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No doubt much of the original Chinese flavour is lost because of this boxing into shape.
Another problem is the civilised state of some of China in the many centuries before the Qin ascendancy.
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'Wars' at one stage seem to have been decided by a chariot match or two.
Incidentally, much of the source material is in the work of Sima Qian Shiji, Records of the Grand Historian.
I think—unless I'm misreading this—that the terracotta warriors were found smashed, when they were excavated; the reason appears to be that the bronze weapons were unearthed soon after burial, to help fight for (or against?
) the newish Emperor—it seems possible, at least to me, that there was a GULag flavour—large numbers of potential enemies forced into harmless tasks.
Bureaucrats, farmers, tax collectors, 'villages' apparently typically of ten houses, metals and salt, bamboo strips (leaves?
) for writing by the few literates; Europe seems less lucky, their damp northern climate less suitable for storage of whatever portable writing that existed; unless there was book-burning.
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His reign provoked rebellions, and lasted 17 years or so; not a long time.