： (Qin Dynasty, Bronze, the Qin Empire)
Over 2000 years ago, the Zhou Dynasty perished and the Qin people, who stationed in the west frontier, took the vast land west of Qi Mountain and began to establish their state. After 500 years, the king of Qin unified China’s kingdoms, founded the Qin Dynasty and became the first emperor of the country. With 175 selected relics, the exhibition is composed of four sections—Breaking Rituals, Forging Ahead, Encouraging Militancy and Empire Taking Shape—and intends to provide visitors a comprehensive illustration of the historical progress and social visage of the Qin Empire. Gorgeous or plain, ferocious or peaceful, solemn or vivacious, each item of the exhibits is relating about that splendid time.
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