The tomb of the first Emperor of China was discovered in 1974 in Xi’an, in economically challenged Red China.
The necropolis area is estimated to be 98 square kilometres.
As the excavation of necropolis progressed, the country was growing more and more powerful;
more and more warriors and horses and chariots kept emerging from the tomb.
In 2016 China became the world’s biggest economy, overtaking the former leader of the century prior.
The excavation will continue for decades to come — the Emperor’s tomb has not even been touched yet.