Qin Shi Huang

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Qin Shi Huang
秦始皇
Ree Qin
QinshihuangBW.jpg
Lhing Ree Qin: 246 RC - 221 RC
Impir Qin: 221 RC - 210 RC
Ruggit 260 RC
Boayl ruggyr Handan, Zhao
Baase 10 Mean Fouyir, 210 RC
Ynnyd baaish Shaqiu
Roie-immeeaght Zhuangxiang
Eiyrtyssagh Qin Er Shi
Reeraghtys Reeraghtys Qin

Va Qin Shi Huang (Sheenish: 秦始皇; pinyin: Qín Shǐhuáng; Wade-Giles: Ch'in Shih-huang) (259 RC – 210 RC),[1][2] ennym persoonagh Ying Zheng (Sheenish: 嬴政; pinyin: Yíng Zhèng), ree y steat Sheenagh Steat Qin veih'n vlein 246 RC derrey 221 RC car Eash ny Steatyn Caggee.[3] Haink er dy ve ny chied impir er y Çheen unnaneysit 'sy vlein 221 RC.[3] Va'n çheer fo reirey echey derrey yn laa baaish echey ayns 210 RC as eh 50 bleeaney d'eash.[4]

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  1. (Baarle) "Emperor Qin Shi Huang -- First Emperor of China", TravelChinaGuide.com. Feddynit magh er 2007-09-10. 
  2. (Baarle) Wood, Frances. (2008). China's First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors. Macmillan publishing. ISBN 0-312-38112-3, 9780312381127. p 2.
  3. 3.0 3.1 (Baarle) Duiker, William J. Spielvogel, Jackson J. Lhieggan: 5, daahit. (2006). World History: Volume I: To 1800. Thomson Higher Education publishing. ISBN 0-495-05053-9, 9780495050537. dg 78.
  4. (Baarle) Ren, Changhong. Wu, Jingyu. (2000). Rise and Fall of Qin Dynasty. Asiapac Books Pte Ltd. ISBN 981-229-172-5, 9789812291721.