Researchers from the Cultural Relics Agency of Linzi District of Zibo City and the Shandong Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology found a miniature terracotta army in a pit in north-eastern China; scholars claim that the army was placed in the pit some 2,100 years ago, or about 100 years after a life-sized terracotta army was buried near the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China. This army, whose soldiers stand between nine and 12 inches tall, is thought to have been created for Liu Hong, son of Han Dynasty Emperor Wu, who reigned from 141 to 87 B.C.
Han Dynasty of the ancient world should not be considered as representing the Emperors of the present China; Han is as same as Anu clan or the Hun or Huna tribes of the ancient history. Bible knew then as On people; Emperor Qin Shi Huang is best identified by Kusha or Cush of other texts; Qin should be seen same as Chan or Chann , and Shi exactly marks Sheez of the Avesta or ‘Sri’ of Indian puranas. It is sometimes identifies the ancient Ganga Dynasty as same as the Huang.
Scholars should not consider the first emperor of China as historically related to the preset China.