Han Dynasty. At height stretched into central asia. follows Qin and is considered "Golden Age" of China. Build on the foundation of the Qin and learned from their mistakes.
View of Western Han Imperial Tombs at Xi'an Area. Yangling and Maoling tombs of Western emperors Jingdi and Wudi. Xi'an was once the center of ZHou dynast and will be important again in Sui and Tang dynasties.
Western Han Dynasty ceramic tomb figures from imperial tomb complex. "naked" but originally had armor or silk garments. found in trenches near Yangling complex. Tomb of Jingdi (156-140 BCE) Basically a miniature Terracotta army.
Tomb of General Huo (or He) Qubing. Young Han general who died in 117 BCE. Satellite tomb of Maoling, complex of Wudi.
Stone Horse trampling a "barbarian"(a non-chinese enemy). Placed at the burial mound of Huo or He Qubing (died 117 BCE) Near Wudi's tomb at Maoling.