Qin Wars of Unification (230–221 BCE) — Weapons and Warfare

Map of Zhou China c.400 BC The Late Zhou period also heralded the ‘Warring States Era’ which saw almost three centuries of bitter rivalry and warfare between a mass of fractured Chinese kingdoms. Eventually the kingdom of Qin, on the western edge of early China would conquer the rest, while the Shu and Ba people […]

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