5. Qin Shi Huang
Qin Shi Huang was the primary ruler to make a bound together Chinese Empire. He was conceived as Prince Zheng in 259 BCE. He rose the honored position at the youthful age of 13. He vanquished the other Chinese states and before long turned into the pioneer of China.
He contracted more than 7,00,000 specialists to develop his tomb. They fabricated a huge armed force of 8,000 officers, ponies and chariots that he thought would ensure him in existence in the wake of death. He kicked the bucket while making a trip to Eastern China in 210 BCE.